#Giveaway #HannahLynn

By Author H. M. Lynn


150 hrt


Following a really productive December during which ‘The Afterlife of Walter Augustus’ winning the Kindle Storyteller Award and subsequently having a make-over with a shiny new cover and being part of Amazon’s 12 Days of Kindle promo – which was awesome! Also, the second book of the Peas and Carrots series, ‘Peas Carrots and a Red Feather Boa’, hit the virtual shelves.

To celebrate, Hannah’s husband treated her to a year’s subscription to Masterclass. If you haven’t seen it, it is an amazing series of online courses by some huge industry professionals in loads of areas. Check it out here.

As part of the subscription, participants get to gift another All Access Pass to someone else, so Hannah has – kindly and wonderfully – decided to offer this as a competition prize. How fabulous is that? You may enter using the link below, but first why not check out Hannah’s novels and the great offers currently running?




Check out Hannah Lynn’s novels!



“The Afterlife of Walter Augustus is wonderfully written and I thoroughly enjoyed this creative read.” – Lorraine Kelly

Death isn’t quite the end, after all.

After two centuries stuck in the Interim, a post-death limbo where souls must stay until they’ve been entirely forgotten by the living, Walter Augustus is finally about to move on to whatever comes next. But when Letty Ferguson uncovers the last remaining copy of Walter’s book of poetry, he finds himself in a race against time. Can Walter, aided by his former employer, Pemberton, and the mysterious and eccentric Hector, destroy the book before Letty fixes him into her memory, condemning him to eternity in the Interim?

Letty Ferguson is a mild-mannered, middle-aged shoe saleswoman who has no idea what forces are about to be unleashed by her discovery of a simple poetry book. Being haunted by the 200-year-old ghost of a would-be-poet soon becomes the least of her worries. When a bungled possession and an ill-fated Ouija board session leave Letty demon-marked, she finds her soul – and Walter’s – at risk of eternal damnation.

Who can Walter trust and how far is he willing to go to rid himself of his ties to the living?

Winner of the 2018 Kindle Storyteller Award and perfect for fans of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine and A Man Called Ove. Buy it now and receive a completely FREE 2nd book – Details of how to claim on the inside.


You can check out my 5* spoiler-free review HERE




Peas, Carrots & an Aston Martin is currently FREE across multiple platforms



“An uplifting coming of age story for the mid-life crisis generation.”

Eric Sibley has it all; great job, big house, beautiful family. Even when his estranged father dies, Eric can’t help but dream about the luxuries he’ll spend his inheritance on. Unfortunately, Eric’s late father, had other ideas.

Life quickly becomes a chaotic kaleidoscope of grumpy pensioners, wellington boots and vintage automobiles as Eric is forced to juggle his hectic career and family life in London, with regular visits to the small riverside town of Burlam.

Plagued by heavy machinery mishaps, missed deadlines and drug raids, it’s not long before his job, his marriage and his sanity are hanging in the balance. Will he get his hands on his father’s treasured Aston Martin before he loses all three?

Peas, Carrots and an Aston Martin is the first book in the delightfully funny new series from the award-winning author of The Afterlife of Walter Augustus. This quintessentially British novel will have you laughing and crying until the very end.

Also get Book 2 in the Peas and Carrots series, Absolutely FREE, details inside.


You can check out my 5* spoiler-free review HERE




Peas, Carrots & a Red Feather Boa is currently FREE via sign-up inside the first book in series, above.



Life in the country was supposed to be relaxing

Eric Sibley’s life is going pretty well … Well, except for the fact his new house is falling down around his ears, he has committed himself to preparing a lavish Christmas Day feast for the extend family, his wife is stressed and overworked, his new allotment neighbour is crazy and on top of all that, his mother-in-law has come to stay. Otherwise, the move to the sleepy riverside village of Burlam is going brilliantly.

Following on from Peas, Carrots and an Aston Martin, once again Eric Sibley and his family navigate their way through the trials and tribulations of everyday life. With the edition of some wonderful new faces, get ready to be swept up in a whirlwind of uninspiring leeks, troublesome chickens, inappropriate plumbers and various interlopers, all hell-bent on turning Eric’s life upside down.


I haven’t got round to reading this one yet, but I’m looking forward to fitting it in to my tbr before the third book is published.




Peas, Carrots & Six More Feet is due to be published on 17 January 2019 with 20% discount on all pre-orders.


510ylugm9al._sy346_This family is about to go nuclear

Following straight on from the climatic events of Peas, Carrots and a Red Feather Boa, Eric Sibley faces a completely new landscape. As he struggles to come to terms with his new situation he finds support and help in some of the most unlikely places. With the family dynamics shifting and dramatically altered, Eric must try and rebuild a life for them all, and in the face of everything he sets about turning chaos into order.

Unfortunately, this is easier said than done when the most unlikely new arrivals turn up in his household, some more welcome than others.

While this is easily the most emotional book in the series, it is also brimming with Hannah Lynn’s trademark wit and humour. Prepare to laugh and cry long and louder than ever before in this third instalment of the Peas and Carrots series.






For the opportunity to win Author Hannah Lynn’s giveaway as described above, please enter using the following link:






Good luck!






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