A few weeks ago, Notting Hill Press contacted Traveling With T about the chance to do a book spotlight on THE EXPAT DIARIES: SINGLE IN THE CITY by Michele Gorman. This book was previously released in the UK where it had great success- and now they are launching SINGLE IN THE CITY for good ole USA! Read on for book covers, blurbs, and more about the book- and be sure and check it out- especially, the chick lit fans!
Book Spotlight Blurb
Notting Hill Press is re-launching Michele Gorman’s series, The Expat Diaries, in the US on March 25th. Michele’s debut, Single in the City, was a best-seller in the UK, where it was first published by Penguin, but despite being an American author, her books are less well-known in the US. We’d like to help change that!
The Expat Diaries: Single in the City by Michele Gorman
Take one twenty-six-year-old American, add to a two thousand year old city, add a big dose of culture clash and stir
To think Hannah ever believed that Americans differed from Brits mainly in pronunciation, sophistication and dentistry. That’s been the understatement of a lifetime. She lands upon England’s gentle shores with no job, no friends and no idea how she’s supposed to build the life she’s dreaming of. Armed with little more than her enthusiasm, she charges headlong into London, baffling the locals in her pursuit of a new life, new love and sense of herself.
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“If you’re after heartfelt romance from a book, and an undeniable sense of fun on every page, look no further than Michele Gorman.”
— Nick Spalding, Amazon UK’s #1 Best-Selling Author
“If you like your novels fun and sassy with a twist of the unexpected, you’ll devour Single in the City.” — The Sun
Michele Gorman is the best-selling author of The Expat Diaries series and Bella Summer Takes a Chance. She also writes upmarket commercial fiction under the pen name Jamie Scott. Born and raised in the US, Michele has lived in London for 16 years.
Buy THE EXPAT DIARIES: SINGLE IN THE CITY: Amazon
Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T