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Amy Cole Has Lost Her Mind by Elizabeth McGivern
Genre: Women's Fiction
Blog Tour Dates: 25th May - 1st June 2018
Publication Date: 25th May 2018
First book in a planned series of 3
Formats Available - Mobi, Epub or PDF
Potential Trigger Warnings - The book deals with a suicide attempt, early miscarriage and general problems associated with depression and anxiety
Type of Post Available - Reviews, Guest Posts, Extracts and Q&As.
Purchase Link - http://amzn.to/2FseMx8
Amy Cole is a stay-at-home mum and a woman on the edge.
After a very public breakdown and failed suicide attempt, Amy finds herself trying to make it through her everyday life as a high-functioning zombie.
Elle De Bruyn is a force of nature ready to shake Amy back to life whether she likes it or not.
After a fortuitous meeting, the two embark on a journey together which will change them both and help them find out exactly what they’re capable of when rock bottom is just the beginning.
About Elizabeth McGivern
Elizabeth McGivern is a former journalist turned hostage-in-her-own-home surrounded by three men and a horrible dog named Dougal.
In an effort to keep her sanity she decided to write a parenting blog after the birth of her first son so she can pinpoint the exact moment she failed as a mother.
In an unexpected turn of events, the blog helped her to find a voice and connect with parents in similar situations; namely those who were struggling with mental health issues and parenting. It was because of this encouragement – and wanting to avoid her children as much as possible – her debut novel, Amy Cole has lost her mind, was born.
Elizabeth lives in Northern Ireland although wishes she could relocate to Iceland on a daily basis. To witness her regular failings as a parent you can find her on:
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Picture credited to Jess Lowe
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