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#BlogTour #GuestPost & #Giveaway - Secrets of the Shipyard Girls by Nancy Revell

Sunderland, 1941
As the world war continues the shipyard girls face hardships at home, but work and friendship give them strength to carry on.

Gloria is smitten with her newly arrived bundle of joy, but baby Hope’s first weeks are bittersweet. Hope's father is missing at sea, and with their future as a family so uncertain, Gloria must lean on her girls for support.

Meanwhile, head welder Rosie has turned her back on love to keep her double life secret. But her persistent beau is determined to find out the truth and if he does, it could ruin her.

And there is finally a glimmer of hope for Polly and her family when Bel and Joe fall in love. But it isn’t long before a scandalous revelation threatens to pull them all apart.

It's my turn to host the blog tour for Secrets of the Shipyard Girls today and I'm delighted to be featuring Nancy Revell's Top Ten Writing Tips. I'm also thrilled to be able to offer a fantastic giveaway! One lucky winner can win the first three books o…

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