"An intriguing tale of the paths that life offers. What if you could go back and see the results of each path? That's exactly what happens to Sophie on the days running up to her fortieth birthday....." - Eat Sleep Read Review
"Round and Round is the third Terry Tyler book that I have read and each one has been infused with her warm, gritty humour. There is a light-heartedness to them which belies the series issues that are simmering beneath the surface....." - E.L. Lindley
"Told with humor and heart, Round and Round by Terry Tyler is a delightful read, a little dark sometimes, humorous at others, while being a “coming of age” for our late blooming Sophie. Ms. Tyler digs in and creates a woman we can all relate to, maybe finding a bit of her in ourselves at times. ......" - Dii
Terry Tyler’s ninth published work is a 36,000 word novella, i.e. between a third and half as long as a full length novel.
Four Valentine cards – from four different men!
Sophie Heron’s fortieth birthday is looming, and she is fed up with her job, her relationship, her whole life – not to mention her boyfriend’s new ‘hobby’, in which she definitely doesn’t want to get involved…
Back in 1998 she had the choice of four men, and now she can’t help wondering how her life might have turned out if she’d chosen differently.
The person to whom Sophie had always been closest was her beloved Auntie Flick, her second mother, friend and advisor. Before her death in 2001, Flick said, “when I’m up there having a cuppa with St Peter, I’ll have a word with him about making me your guardian angel, shall I?”
As Sophie’s fortieth birthday draws near, she visits her aunt’s special place: a tree by a river, hidden from the world. Here she calls on Auntie Flick to show her the way forward – and help her look back into the past so she can see what might have been…
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About This Author
Terry's eighth full-length novel, Kings and Queens, is a modern take on the story of Henry VIII and his six wives. The sequel, Last Child, has just been published. Terry has been so obsessed with it that she has neglected everything else.
Terry's books are contemporary fiction, mostly of interest to women, but many men have read them too. "Dream On" has more reviews from men than from women, on goodreads and amazon. Terry writes about the issues that concern so many today; divorce, infidelity, addiction, obsession with celebrity, stalking, meeting people via social networking sites. However, as times goes on she will moving into histfic.
Reading wise, Terry likes, Phillipa Gregory, Douglas Kennedy, John Boyne and Deborah Moggach. And anything else she happens to fancy.
When Terry isn't writing she spends a stupid amount of time on goodreads, Twitter and Facebook. She loves crime drama series like "24", "Breaking Bad", "Boardwalk Empire" and is a "Game of Thrones" addict - the books as well. Terry loves watching films, and anything to do with history (reading, watching, or walking round places like Lindisfarne Priory going 'wow').
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