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Be In The Place

Be In The place - a book set at Glastonbury Festival

Due to be published in June 2005 by Andersen Press

Here’s the blurb that I’ve provisionally written for the back cover. It’ll give you some idea what it’s about, and I’ll let you know when you can go out and buy it!

Glastonbury: A gathering of free spirits having an amazing time in a magical setting.

It’s the one place Laura’s favourite band are playing, but she ends up going to the festival alone and nothing goes according to plan. Facing problems and dilemmas, she has to get used to the change in lifestyle while meeting several interesting people. An unexpected romance and a family of travellers help her relax into the unique atmosphere of the festival.
It all adds up to an unforgettable Glastonbury experience and Laura discovers it’s the only place to be.

Be In The Place, Writing,
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