The Musings of an Elective Orphan

Sarah Brandis

‘Cos Tiggers are wonderful things…

T - I - double grrr - errr

T – I – double grrr – errr

…they’re bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy… fun fun fun!

I’m bouncing about like a Tigger because my ebook is up for sale now!  Finally – after a long, nervous wait, it is available on the Kobo store.  It will be coming to Amazon next, and then all other e-retailers soon.  But Kobo won the race, and I am so happy that I can finally crack the champers and call myself an author!

However, when I come down from the ceiling I will probably have a small panic about the fact that all my past mistakes and misdemeanours are out there in black and white, for the whole world (including my current employers) to see.  Eeek.  Oh I had better keep the champers flowing for as long as possible then, to delay the inevitable anxiety.

Anyway, before I lose my bottle, here it is.  My memoirs with a psychology twist.  I am a girl with ‘Daddy Issues’ who married a man just like my father.  Here I try to explain why I did this, and many other fails, using some psychological theory…

 

It's here!

It’s here!

http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/The-Breaking-and-Making-Me/book-uQ6hAD_l0UGzj7WaHMdDpA/page1.html?s=c1boshIYKkSpg1ZWxYZIsw&r=1

If you don’t have a Kobo reader, you can download the book to your PC, Mac or iPhone using their free app.  I tried it this morning, it is quick and easy to use.  Or else, standby for the Kindle version next.

Bounce, bounce, bounce…

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