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  I'm delighted to be taking part in the blog tour to celebrate Cheltenham Literature today. Many thanks to Sofia Saghir from Midas PR for inviting me. I was meant to be reviewing Early Morning Riser by Katherine Heiny today but unfortunately, the book hasn't arrived yet. As one of The Sunday Times Must Reads, Katherine talked to Helen Davies via live link from her home in Maryland on 10th October. Her book looks wonderful and I look forward to reading and reviewing it in the future. In the meantime, here's the gorgeous front cover and the description. Jane easily falls in love with Duncan: he's charming, good-natured, and handsome. He has also slept with nearly every woman in Boyne City, Michigan. Jane sees Duncan's old girlfriends everywhere – at restaurants, at the grocery store, even three towns away. While she may be able to come to terms with dating the world's most prolific seducer of women, she wishes she didn't have to share him quite so widely. His

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