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Wartime With The Tram Girls is going on 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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Wartime With The Tram Girls by Lynn Johnson

Genre:  Saga

Tour Dates: 3rd - 9th March 2021

Publication Date: 3rd March 2021

Publisher: Hera Books

Formats available: Mobi or Epub

Estimated Word Count - 107k

Standalone Novel

Potential Content Warnings: WW1, Child poverty/death

Types of post available: Review Only

July 1914: Britain is in turmoil as WW1 begins to change the world. While the young men disappear off to foreign battlefields, the women left at home throw themselves into jobs meant for the boys.

Hiding her privileged background and her suffragette past, Constance Copeland signs up to be a Clippie - collecting money and giving out tickets - on the trams, despite her parents’ disapproval.

Constance, now known as Connie, soon finds there is more to life than the wealth she was born into and she soon makes fast friends with lively fellow Clippies, Betty and Jean, as well as growing closer to the charming, gentle Inspector Robert Caldwell.

But Connie is haunted by another secret; and if it comes out, it could destroy her new life.

After war ends and the men return to take back their roles, will Connie find that she can return to her previous existence? Or has she been changed forever by seeing a new world through the tram windows?

About Lynn Johnson

Lynn Johnson was born in the Staffordshire Potteries and went to school in Burslem, where the novel is set. She left school with no qualifications and got a job as a dental nurse (and lasted a day), a nursery assistant, and a library assistant before her ambition grew and she enrolled at the Elms Technical College, Stoke-on-Trent and obtained six O’levels. She obtained a Diploma in Management Studies and a BA Hons in Humanities with Literature from the Open University while working full-time.

Most of her working life was spent in Local Government in England and Scotland, and ultimately became a Human Resources Manager with a large county council.

She started to write after taking early retirement and moving to the north of Scotland with her husband where she did relief work in the famous Orkney Library and Archives, and voluntary work with Orkney’s Learning Link. Voluntary work with Cats Protection resulted in them sharing their home with six cats.

She joined Stromness Writing Group and, three months after moving to Orkney, wrote a short story which would become the Prologue to The Girl From the Workhouse.

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Blog Tour Schedule

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

3rd March

  1. QuirkyBookReads

  2. Yeah Lifestyle

  3. Cheryl M-M's Book Blog

4th March

  1. Bookish Jottings

  2. The Very Bookish

  3. My Bookish Bliss

5th March

  1. Storme Reads A Lot

  2. Tizi’s Book Review

  3. Lisa's Reading

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