Tales Post – Extract From Rose In The Blitz by Rebecca Stevens
I was super excited to be asked by Laura at Chicken House to feature an extract and giveaway from a brilliant new historical fiction book centering around the war called Rose In The Blitz!
Rose In The Blitz was released on 4th August 2016 published by Chicken House and is set to be a fab historical children’s fiction read!
So sit back and relax and be swept away by Rebecca’s beautiful writing!
Don’t forget to check out the fab giveaway at the bottom of the post!
It’s the night before Rose’s mum re-marries. Rose can’t sleep for worrying and nor can her muddled Great-Aunt Cosy, her namesake. Rose sees the old lady leaving the house and runs after her to the London underground. Their empty train stops in 1940, in a war-torn London broken by the Blitz. Here, Rose witnesses great romance and impending sacrifice. Tragedy will surely follow – unless she can change what happens next …
You can buy a copy of Rose In The Blitz here
About Rebecca Stevens
Rebecca Stevens has always been highly creative. She has worked as an actor, a stand-up comedian and a scriptwriter for children’s television, writing for shows such as Mr Bean and Postman Pat. Valentine Joe is her first solo book, and her second novel for Chicken House, Rose in the Blitz, will be published in August 2016.
You can find out more about Rebecca on her website – rebeccastevenswriter.com
Or why not follow her on twitter – @rstevenswriter
I have 1 x copy of Rose In The Blitz to giveaway with thanks to Chicken House!
One copy means only one winner.
Another huge thank you to Laura at Chicken House for asking me to feature this extract and for a fab giveaway!
Have you read Rose In The Blitz? What did you think? I would love to hear from you! Why not leave a comment using the reply button at the top of this review or tweet me on twitter using @chelleytoy!