How to make your dreams come true.
‘When I was eleven years old I used to shut myself away in my room and write, creating characters and imagining them on childrens telly!’
Lola Jaye had always dreamt of being a writer but her journey to getting published wasn’t easy. She would come home from her day job and write every evening and weekend.But it wasn’t until years later, after several rejections, that she finally got her first book deal.
Now Lola wants to help others reach for their dreams.In this simple step-by-step guide, she shows that with plenty of self belief, confidence and hard work, anything is possible.
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‘A lovely exuberant tearjerker’ Lisa Jewell
‘A stunning debut’ Pride
‘A thought-provoking, lovely tale that will make you laugh and cry.’ The Sun
‘This is a heartwarming tale of the power of father-daughter love’ PrimaAbout the Author:
Lola was born in South London. She has degrees in Psychology and Psychotherapy and currently works for the NHS as a counsellor. In between writing and working, Lola likes watching reruns of Dallas and the Sopranos whilst avidly dipping into a huge tub of dairy ice cream. Lola’s debut novel By The Time You Read This is published July 2008. Lola is currently working on her second novel out next summer.
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