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8 days and counting

New York Orphan goes on sale in just eight days’ time. It’s already available to preorder on Amazon as an ebook, so it delivers to your Kindle on publication day. You can also order it now through your local bookshop or library and if you’re quick could order it direct from me to come out on publication day.

The Goodreads giveaway is still running, so if you want to try your luck at winning a copy you can enter that HERE.

I’ll be on Radio York on Thursday 26th October at about 1.40pm talking to Anna Wallace about the book, so do tune in.

What’s more, if your free then please do  EMAIL ME for a place to attend the official Launch Party at Waterstones York on Wednesday November the 15th at 7.30pm. I’ll be talking about the book and of course doing a book signing. You’ll even get a glass of wine while you’re there.

Goodreads Giveaway – Be one of the first to have a paperback New York Orphan

I am running a giveaway over on Goodreads. The winner will be decided the day before the launch of New York Orphan so that the winner’s copy can be on the way to them the day of the launch. To take part just click on the giveaway details below.

 

Goodreads Book Giveaway

New York Orphan by Rosemary J. Kind

New York Orphan

by Rosemary J. Kind

Giveaway ends October 22, 2017.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

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You are invited to a book launch

New York Orphan - Book Launch

Dear reader,

You are invited to the launch of New York Orphan! It’s on Wednesday November 15th at 7pm in Waterstones, 15 Coney Street York.

The book itself will go on sale from October 23rd and will be available in both ebook and paperback. You will be able to buy it from Amazon or your local bookstore or ask for it at your local library. The ebook can be preordered HERE now and preorders for the paperback will begin on 1st October.

The launch event itself will run to around 8.30pm and include a glass of wine, an interview about the book, reading from the book and questions, as well as the opportunity to purchase a signed copy.

If you would like to attend the Waterstones event then please r.s.v.p with the numbers attending to rosjkind@gmail.com

New York Orphan

From fleeing the Irish Potato Famine, to losing his parents on the ship to New York, seven-year-old Daniel Flynn knows about adversity. As Daniel sings the songs of home to earn pennies for food, pick-pocket Thomas Reilly becomes his ally and friend, until he too is cast out onto the street.

A destitute refugee in a foreign land, Daniel, together with Thomas and his sister Molly, are swept up by the Orphan Train Movement to find better lives with families across America. For Daniel will the dream prove elusive?

How strong are bonds of loyalty when everything is at stake?

Based on real history, the strength of the characters in New York Orphan will move you with their desperate plight to survive. A gripping story of love, loss, betrayal and bonds of kinship.