Can’t wait till Christmas? Then why not curl up and read or listen to an extract from the brand new Ali McNamara novel?
The hotly-anticipated sequel to Ali’s sparkling debut novel and publishing just in time for Christmas, From Notting Hill to New York . . . Actually promises to be another dose of pure fiction pleasure with a fun film-themed hook. It is the perfect winter read for existing Ali McNamara fans and can also be enjoyed as a standalone novel by newcomers to Ali’s books.
In McNamara’s latest novel we catch-up with movie-lover Scarlett O’Brien as she embarks on the trip of a lifetime with best friend Oscar. Along the way they discover famous New York landmarks, make many new friends (including sailors in town for Fleet Week, a famous film star, and Jamie & Max, a TV reporter and cameraman), discover the origins of an O’Brien family heirloom and of course get into all kinds of hilarious film-themed scrapes. You can read an extract or listen to an extract online now!
Consider this an early Christmas present from us to you and don’t forget to nab your full copy of From Notting Hill to New York . . . Actually when it hits bookshops on November 22nd. For more information about Ali McNamara and her books, plus lots of New York themed fun visit the author's Tumblr now. You can also find Ali on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest!
From Notting Hill to New York . . . Actually is available to pre-order in paperback and ebook now and will be available to buy as an audio download from iTunes and Audible on November 22nd. Ali’s debut novel, From Notting Hill with Love . . . Actually is also available to buy for the first time as an audio download now! Listen to a snippet of the first chapter here.
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