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Simon Says is going on a blog tour with Rachel's Random Resources. If you wish to participate please contact me on with your name, blog name, preferred post type and availability. 

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Simon Says by Jo Wesley

Genre: Domestic Thriller

Blog Tour Dates: 19th - 25th September 2019

Publication Date: July 2019

Standalone Novel

Page Count - 300

Author Content Warning: 

SIMON SAYS is a domestic thriller about woman who was groomed as a child and her fight to save herself and her children from the man who destroyed her childhood and who now demands her silence.

Nothing shocking is portrayed, but the reader does realise what has happened and lives Cindy's emotional journey as she draws the strength to fight back against all odds. And win.

Formats Available - Mobi, Epub or PDF

Type of Post Available - Reviews, Q&As, extracts or guest posts

Her life may not be perfect but she’s happy. Until she makes a terrible decision - and learns the hard way that home is not a place of refuge.

Not while Simon lurks in every shadow.

He groomed her as a teen: terrorised her into fleeing, leaving her baby behind. Now the man who destroyed her childhood has become the perfect father to her teenage daughter. And her return threatens his future.

A desperate man is a dangerous one.

Simon says she must leave or suffer the consequences. She refuses.

Now it’s his move. Because it's not enough to face your demons.

Sometimes, you must destroy them.

About Jo Wesley

SIMON SAYS isn’t my first thriller. Several unpublished novels went before it, but there was something about this story that made me come back to it time-and-time again. Although it was written in 2015, recently a few author friends encouraged me to publish it as they remembered reading it years before.

I used to work in an office where the wider team comprised people working with drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence and general community safety. I wrote SIMON SAYS during this period and my team provided information and advice. Also, the Red Watch team at the local fire station read my first chapter during their tea break and advised on a couple of points to make it more accurate (I thought it would be one person, not the whole team reading it!).

Currently, I am completing a novel in another genre but I really enjoy writing thrillers, so I am planning my next one.

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Blog Tour Schedule

Maximum 3 stops per day.  Confirmed blogs will appear here. 

19th September

  1. Babydolls and razorblades

  2. Minimac Reviews

  3. Splashes Into Books

20th September

  1.   BooksChatter

  2. Cheekypee reads and reviews

  3. Reading Through The Pain

21st September

  1. Jessica Belmont

  2. The Magic Of Wor(l)ds

  3. Little Miss Book Lover 87

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