This week we are having a double takeaway. One lucky reader can win a FREE signed paperback copy of Scarlet Ribbons, one of Anita’s best books. All you have to do, is be the first one to say ‘yes please’ in the comments at the bottom of this post.
AND at the same time, we are running a FREE ebook promotion on Amazon from Monday 13th June to Friday 17th June. So, a whole week of freeness…
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Scarlet Ribbons is the heart-breaking supernatural story of Maggie Haynes, an English housewife who dreams of one day being a writer.
When a dirty blue car mows her down outside her local supermarket, she becomes trapped in the nightmare world of a coma patient.
Coming from a happy and contended marriage, Maggie is unprepared for the traumatic and violent lives she encounters in her travels.
In this very different world, Maggie rescues an abused and neglected child. When it begins to look as though she might finally wake up, she cannot bear the thought of leaving the child behind.
But is this other world real, or was she dreaming?
And if it is real, can she help this child?
5.0 out of 5 stars Heart wrenching and gripping 18 Dec 2013
By Rivergirl – Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I have just almost literally gobbled up this very excellent and unusual e-book by Anita Dawes. It tells the story of a young woman who spends a lengthy period in a coma following a serious car accident. The journey she travels during her coma is a strange one filled with both shocking and touching experiences that somehow seem to continue after she wakes and returns to the real world of husband and later, daughter. Everything has changed for Mags, and yet the memories (or is it foreknowledge?) of what happened to her during her coma seem to make everything familiar. It’s as if she’s still trapped in the mists of another life….and maybe she is. Excellent reading, excellent writing with several unexpected twists that lead to…well, that is for others to find out too. A heart wrenching and gripping story. Well done, Anita Dawes!