This week’s Daily Della is out today, and takes the number of issues available into double figures! So, as a big thank you to all those lovely readers who’ve download any of the previous nine, you can get number ten for FREE – but only for a few days. Click either of the links below.
If you haven’t had a chance to try any of the anthologies, Daily Della #10 might be a good place to start. The lead story, Feeding The Ducks, is one of my all time favourites.
Fourth in a series of Twist-in-the-Tale Daily Dellas – five short stories, each with an unexpected ending.
Feeding The Ducks; Maggie leaves home for her dream job and her dream man, but when things don’t work she’s too ashamed to tell anyone and pretends everything is fine. But Paul knows her better than most and refusing to be fobbed off he tracks her down in London. Can he persuade her she is still very much loved, even though both their futures are changed for ever?
Honeymoon; What else are you going to do on your honeymoon – if not stay in bed all day – but when Becky and Danny miss breakfast, dinner and tea, the hotel staff are beginning to get worried. Although they are far too posh to say anything – aren’t they?
Plan B; Becky’s had enough of trying to get her lazy husband to find a job or even help around the house. So she decides to shock him into action and enlists her mother’s help. Mums are experts on marriages, aren’t they? But perhaps there is more going on here than meets the eye?
Beneath The Wrappings;Dee is looking forward to her fortieth birthday until her friends and family start telling her it’s all downhill from here. Still, at least the presents will be good, she consoles herself. She tells everyone to surprise her – certain that her friends and family will know what she wants. But do any of them really know what’s beneath the wrappings at all?Dee is about to find out.
My Brother’s Shoes; When Mark’s brother dies just before his daughter Nikki is to get married, Mark is called upon to give his niece away. He is desperately worried that he cannot fill his brother’s shoes. They haven’t always seen eye to eye. But he knows for Nikki’s sake he has to try.
See all the books in the Daily Della series here