Ending the week with a book blitz for Keep Walking Rhona Beech.
When Rhona’s story comes to an end you will miss her. Her candid, raw, messy journey will make you laugh, cry and remember. Not a typical break-up book, it’s much more profound. Nothing has turned out quite how Rhona imagined: she’s been casually swapping one job for another while getting comfy in a long relationship which ends abruptly, and her efforts to adjust to that change are thrown by some unwelcome news…
Flawed, relatable Rhona Beech narrates this beautifully written, pacey satire about female friendship, heartbreak, career change, conceiving and illness, which will appeal to fans of Fleabag. Join her on a laugh (and cry) out loud search for meaning amongst the bars, offices and clinics of Glasgow.
Will her friendships survive the changes and challenges? Will SHE survive? At once funny and tender, Keep Walking, Rhona Beech is a clear-sighted look at a generation of women that was told they could have it all.
In her fiction, Kate creates situations and people so recognisable that you’ll wonder whether she’s writing about you and your friends. She takes readers into the interior world of her character so fully, they’ll forget where the character ends and the reader begins. Kate cares about dialogue and prose; she makes sure to provoke laughter and emotion from readers who spend time reading her work.
“Tough has a brilliant way with everyday realism.” Mary Paulson-Ellis, author of ‘The Other Mrs Walker’.
“Tough is a unique writer and not easily pigeonholed. Her work has a distinct, curious tone which elevates the stuff of everyday life (love, relationships, sex) and makes it very interesting.” Laura Waddell, writer, reviewer & publisher.
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