Costa del Churros: Take a Dip

Novel Número Tres is one Feisty, Flamenco-fuelled, Foodie Romcom…

I live in Spain. I love to write about my surroundings. As well as food. We mustn’t forget the food.

My first two novels, Oh! What a Pavlova and The Cocktail Bar were heavily inspired by the town I have spent most of my life in: Glastonbury. In fact, I owe so much of my creativity to that mystical, spiritual hub of unconventionality! But that’s a whole other story…

So when I first began to jot down ideas for Costa del Churros, I have to confess, I wondered how it could ever compete.

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But the mountains and the sea in this part of the world (mostly sunny Andalusia) conspire to draw in some of the most colourful people you will EVER meet.

Four of those women (as well as the inimitable Carmen, their flamenco teacher) grace the pages of my third novel with the lovely Crooked Cat Books. Full of flaws and hailing from the most juxtaposed backgrounds, Belinda, Julia, Laura and Georgina’s lives change in ways they could barely have imagined, once the region’s beloved dance unites them in the most surprising way.

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Without further ado, here’s a sneaky peek of the blurb:

The rain in Spain doesn’t mainly fall on the plain…

Brits abroad Belinda, Julia, Laura and Georgina need more than the sweetness of churros with chocolate dipping sauce to save them from their unsavoury states of affairs.

Cue Carmen Maria Abril de la Fuente Ferrera, the town’s flamboyant flamenco teacher! But can she really be the answer to their prayers?

One thing’s for sure: the Costa del Sol will never be the same again.

Although it’s not published until 19th September, fear not: you can pre-order your copy via Amazon already!

Here’s the link: mybook.to/costadelchurros

Gracias… y hasta luego!

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