Chapter 1 from ‘Time to Say Goodbye’ by S. D. Robertson

Posted February 10, 2016 by thischickreads in review / 0 Comments

Hey guys,

today I have a little treat for you (thanks to lovely Helena from team Avon UK). You’ve probably heard about this brilliant tearjerker which comes out tomorrow, ‘Time to Say Goodbye’ by S. D. Robertson and today I have an extract (actually the first chapter) for you to read. It’s S. D.’s debut and they compare it to Jojo Moyes’ tearjerkers, so if you love Jojo (and who doesn’t) it is probably a good idea to check this book too. It’s currently a bargain on both amazon co uk and com and I strongly advise you to download a copy right after reading the first chapter. And have tissues at the ready, loads of in fact. Enjoy!

 

 

 

Chapter 1 from ‘Time to Say Goodbye’ by S. D. RobertsonTime to Say Goodbye by S. D. Robertson
Published by Avon
Published on 11.2.2016
Genres: women's fiction
Pages: 352
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A heart-rending story about the unique bond between a father and his daughter, for fans of JOJO MOYES and JOHN GREEN

HOW DO YOU LEAVE THE PERSON YOU LOVE THE MOST?

Will Curtis's six-year-old daughter, Ella, knows her father will never leave her. After all, he promised her so when her mother died. And he's going to do everything he can to keep his word.

What Will doesn't know is that the promise he made to his little girl might be harder to keep than he imagined. When he's faced with an impossible decision, Will finds that the most obvious choice might not be the right one.

But the future is full of unexpected surprises. And father and daughter are about to embark on an unforgettable journey together . . .

 

 

 

 

 

About S. D. Robertson

An English graduate from the University of Manchester, he’s also worked as a holiday rep, door-to-door salesman, train cleaner, kitchen porter and mobile phone network engineer.

Over the years Stuart has spent time in France, Holland and Australia, but home these days is back in the UK. He lives in a village near Manchester with his wife and daughter. There’s also his cat, Bernard, who likes to distract him from writing – usually by breaking things.


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