Bury St Edmunds author in search of treehouse for cover of her new book
PUBLISHED: 14:29 01 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:29 01 November 2017
Bury St Edmunds author Julia Blake is on the lookout for a treehouse.
And anyone who has one which can be photographed to be used on the front cover of her new book could be in line for a prize.
She has already written four paperbacks and the latest publication, entitled “Fixtures and Fittings”, is ready to be printed apart from the cover.
“All I need now is someone locally who has a treehouse that I could get photographed,” she said. “And they will win a £25 gift voucher from Marks & Spencer along with a signed copy of the book.”
Her previous compositions include “The Book of Eve” which is set around people who live at Ickworth Park; “Becoming Lili”, set in Bury in the 1990s about the coming of age of an ugly duckling who is bullied at school and unloved at home; “Elairs For Tea and Other Stories”, a collection of short stories and poems; and “Lost and Found”, a fast-paced romantic suspence story.
If you can help contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org