A Lake in Switzerland – live!

Fancy a holiday in N.E. Switzerland? It’s a lovely area, and I should know – I’ve lived here for nearly thirty years. If anyone had told me when I arrived in this little town on the banks of Lake Constance that one day I’d set a story just along the road, I don’t know if I’d have believed them. But exactly that has happened, and A Lake in Switzerland is now available on Amazon – click HERE to view.

It’s a novella, and for the modest price of 99p/c you can travel with Stacy and Emily – you can visit the Rhine Falls, go by cable car to the summit of the Säntis, and take a boat trip down our lovely lake.

I’m not doing a blog tour as such, but several kind people have given me space on their blogs over the next few weeks. I’ll be sharing more about that soon. Meantime, join me in saying, ‘Prost!’ or ‘Santé!’ or even ‘Cheers!’ to my new little book. And huge, enormous thanks to all at Fabrian Books.
The sequel, A Spa in Switzerland, follows next Tuesday, and after that, we’ll see what happens with Stacy and Emily…

Lake Constance

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9 Responses to A Lake in Switzerland – live!

  1. barbtaub says:

    I just bought my copy. Can’t wait to read (and review, of course)!

    Liked by 2 people

  2. mmwb10 says:

    Got mine. Lovely – can’t wait to get stuck in. Cheers, Linda!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Georgia Rose says:

    Oooh I was delighted to see my copy appear on my kindle. Congratulations, Linda. I look forward to getting to read it.

    Liked by 1 person

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