After all the dreaming, all the planning, all the writing, all the re-writing, it’s arrived – the day anyone with the will (and a Kindle, or a device that will download the free Kindle app) can read my new novel, Selkie. If you give it a go, please let me know what you think by leaving a review on Amazon, Goodreads and/or contacting me here, on my Facebook page or via Twitter (links to the left of this post).
What’s Selkie about?
One unforgettable summer, sixteen year old Sam Harris is drawn into the mystery of the ghost-girl who wanders the cove below Tigh-Creag, the cliff top house that legend says was built with selkie gold. Who is she? And how is she linked to the ancient Miss McCulloch, owner of Tigh-Creag, who, with her talk of sea husbands and selkies, watches the cove from her bedroom window?
As Sam’s life becomes tangled in the history of the McCullochs, the free-spirited Seb Calhoun, whose family have told selkie stories for generations, and the brooding Sneddon Henderson, descendent of those with their reasons to hate the sea people, she falls in love for the first time. But the feuds that stem from the selkie legends of the past reach out to touch the present in ways that have devastating consequences.