#BookBlitz of Mavis and Dot by Angela Petch @Angela_Petch @rararesources

#BookBlitz of Mavis and Dot by Angela Petch @Angela_Petch @rararesources Mavis and Dot by Angela Petch
on November 14, 2018
Genres: Fiction
Pages: 206
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A warm slice of life, funny, feel-good, yet poignant. Introducing two eccentric ladies who form an unlikely friendship.Meet Mavis and Dot - two colourful, retired ladies who live in Worthington-on-Sea, where there are charity shops galore. Apart from bargain hunting, they manage to tangle themselves in escapades involving illegal immigrants, night clubs, nude modelling, errant toupees and more. And then there’s Mal, the lovable dog who nobody else wants. A gently humorous, often side-splitting, heart-warming snapshot of two memorable characters with past secrets and passions. Escape for a couple of hours into this snapshot of a faded, British seaside town. You'll laugh and cry but probably laugh more."This book is quirky and individual, and has great pathos...[it] will resonate with a lot of readers." Gill Kaye - Editor of Ingenu(e). Written with a light touch in memory of a dear friend who passed away from ovarian cancer, Angela Petch’s seaside tale is a departure from her successful Tuscan novels. All profits from the sale of the books will go towards research into the cure for cancer.

So today I am welcoming Angela Petch to my blog, as we take a look her new novel, Mavis and Dot! This sounds like a little peach of a read, let us see what some of the bloggers are saying about this book! I just want to add as well, that all profits from this book will go towards research into a cure for cancer, even more of a reason to check it out! 

Rae Reads says

If you are looking for a book that will lift your spirits and make you smile then look no further! I have to say that it was so much fun getting to know Mavis and Dot, from their quirky personalities to their blossoming friendship and all of their antics in between! I loved their differences and how they could wind each other up but I think this just made their friendship work so well along with a love of bargain hunting in the good old charity shops.

By the letter book reviews says

It is a heart warming read that will really make you value your family and friends. I think Mavis and Dot between them can really teach us a lot about how we treat people in this world. An endearing and entertaining read. Really enjoyed it.

Being Anne says

This book is a perfect reminder of the power of friendship – and a wonderful celebration that however advanced in years you may be, there can be so many opportunities for sheer and unbounded joy. Please give us more of Mavis and Dot, Angela – I enjoyed this book so very much, and there are so many more stories I’d so love you to tell.

Linda’s Book Bag says

I don’t often laugh aloud when reading so-called humorous books but I certainly did here. That said, Angela Petch is not afraid to tackle big social issues head on so that there’s actually quite a bit to think about at the same time as being royally entertained.
Mavis and Dot is a warm-hearted exploration of life and friendship that I found beguiling and engaging. It’s a super read.

Follow the rest of the tour here

About Angela Petch

A prize-winning author, Angela Petch lives half the year in West Sussex and the summer months in a remote valley in the Tuscan Apennines. She recently signed a two-book deal with Bookouture for her Tuscan novels and “Mavis and Dot” is a temporary departure from her usual genre. She has travelled all her life: born in Germany, she spent six years as a child living in Rome, worked in Amsterdam after finishing her degree in Italian, moved to Italy for her job, then to Tanzania for three years. Her head is full of stories and she always carries a pen and note-book to capture more ideas.

In May 2017, Angela Petch won PRIMA’S monthly short story competition and recently had a dozen stories published by The People’s Friend magazine.

“Mavis and Dot” was written in memory of a dear friend who lost her battle with ovarian cancer. All profits from sales of the book will go towards research into a cure for cancer.

4 Comments

  1. November 28, 2018 / 7:54 pm

    This one sounds so adorable, Zoe! I actually got it in the mail today and can’t wait to read it!

    • Zoe
      Author
      November 29, 2018 / 7:49 am

      Oh I hope you enjoy I might just go and get myself a copy too! ❤️

  2. November 28, 2018 / 8:39 pm

    thanks so very much for including me on your lovely blog and for reposting the reviews of other bloggers. Mavis and Dot say thanks too. You’re a star. x

    • Zoe
      Author
      November 29, 2018 / 7:50 am

      Oh you are so very welcome! Just sorry I didn’t get to read it in time for your tour. Thank you for being on my blog xx

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