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Painting Bananas by Amanda Paull
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Blog Tour Dates: 15th - 21st November 2020
Publication Date: August 2020
Standalone Second Book in the Cherry Dene series
Estimated Page Count - 275
Formats Available - Mobi, Epub or PDF
Type of Post Available - Reviews or basic promo / spotlight
Purchase Link - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08GCLSKTQ
Painting Bananas is all about love, dreams and taking stock.
Two happy couples, one person from each on the verge of change. But as paths cross and plans unfold, will their spouses reveal their true colours?
Alison struggles with insomnia. She also hates her job and fantasizes about throttling her irritating oaf-of-a boss. Thankfully, her lifelong plan to return to university will soon be realized. After supporting her husband in his career for over twenty years, it’s now her turn. He’s rooting for her every step of the way. Or so she thinks.
Meanwhile, Christopher has a wake-up call with his health. Somehow, pre-diabetes has replaced his six-pack. He must take stock immediately. He realises that the perfect solution is right under his nose. He can’t wait to share his brilliant idea with his wife. The future looks good. But does she agree?
Will the spouses show their support? Or will Alison and Christopher start to wonder whether they really know their other halves?
Painting Bananas was written and formatted with British grammar, punctuation and humour. It is the second novel in Amanda Paull’s Cherry Dene series but can be read as a standalone story.
Blog Tour Schedule
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About Amanda Paull
Amanda Paull is a writer of humorous romantic fiction. She lives in the North East of England with her husband and works in the public sector. The inspiration for her stories comes from real life, which she tries to show the funnier side of by embellishing to the hilt.
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