“L” On the AtoZ Challenge

Letter “L” is for Lemon and Lace by Jenny Worstall. I first discovered Jenny’s writing when I read her book “Make a Joyful Noise” you can catch up with my review of this book here on my blog http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5F Jenny’s book (Make a Joyful Noise) was also featured on my review page in the April edition of Fleet Life. We met another book by Jenny on Thursday with the letter “J” for Jubilee Violin.

EACH DAY we are asking visitors to the blogs to leave COMMENTS as part of the AtoZ Challenge, thanks.

‘L’ for Lemon and Lace.
Lemon and Lace is a bittersweet collection of short stories about love and choice. It is permanently free on smashwords.

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This is a review from one of her readers;

This trio of short stories perfectly illustrate slices of life: The introductory story assures us that yes, love is passed down through the generations. The second story poignantly follows a widow as she comes to terms with her loss, while the third and title story is an all too familiar one of newly weds and new parents learning to compromise; this time with ironic results!These stories are beautifully written, and the author’s keen eye for human foibles and descriptive writing combine to give a delightful read. I’ve read all of Ms. Worstall’s ebooks now, and always finish reading feeling uplifted and relaxed. I’m hoping that there’s another full length novel to join “Make a Joyful Noise” soon.

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First Guest Interview with Jenny Worstall

Here is my first guest interview with a great author that I met online after I had read her book “Make a Joyful Noise”. You can read my review of the book by following this short link. My review of Jenny’s book is due to appear in the March Issue of “Fleet Life”.


Here are Jenny’s replies;

1) Tell me your name: Jenny Worstall.

2) Where do you live? London, more specifically Addiscombe in Surrey.

3)When did you start writing? As soon as I could hold a pencil.

4)What type of books do you like writing the most? I like writing about what I know, using the worlds I am familiar with – family, music and teaching. I like writing in a style that is sincere but has more than a touch of irony and humour too.

5)Pass on 3 tips about writing or publishing.

Use little bits of time as they crop up. If you wait for undisturbed time, you may wait forever, so carry your notebook around and use the time you spend waiting for the kids after school and queuing in the supermarket. I once wrote the first draft of a complete short story while waiting with my daughter in a hospital clinic for her to have a blood test.

Don’t be afraid to self publish, even if you are a bit of a technophobe like me. There will be someone out there who can help! In my case it is my long-suffering husband.

Thirdly, and I know this goes against most people’s advice, don’t show your book to too many people before you publish. You may want your punctuation checked, but don’t allow your authentic voice to be muffled. Keep your book’s individuality intact!

6)What was the last book that you read? How would you rate it? I have just read ‘Me Before You’ by Jojo Moyes and would give it 5 stars. It is heartbreakingly beautiful and I feel sure she must have shares in Kleenex tissues. Thoroughly recommended!

7)Now choose just one of your books and add a link to it. I choose ‘Lemon and Lace’, a collection of short stories that I have recently published for free download on smashwords. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/284244