Town and Country magazine columnist Alisa Swidler has called The Transatlantic Marriage Bureau “engaging” and “a fascinating read”. Feels great to start getting bit of feedback about the book after so long going through the editing/publishing process. Read more from Alisa here, The A List.
So, we seem to be hurtling full throttle towards the launch date of my very first book. I can’t quite believe that I’ve got here and I’m both excited and terrified over what the reaction will be – I guess I will soon find out! The book will be on general sale on 9th February but there are a few advanced copies already at Hatchards in Piccadilly, London. If you don’t know Hatchards it is an amazing independent book shop that has been trading since 1797, making it London’s oldest bookshop. It is a joy to wander around and discover unexpected gems – it’s a must-visit whenever you are in London. I had the pleasure of signing some copies of The Transatlantic Marriage Bureau there on Monday, which was a bit of dream come true. I only hope if I get the chance again I don’t shake quite as much while doing it!