Today, I am happy to be part of a fantastic blog tour to reveal the lovely cover of Chasing What’s Already Gone‘ by Michael Ross. This book written from a man’s point of view, will interesting I think. Plus, there is a lovely giveaway at the end of this post, so read on, and try your luck on the giveaway.
‘Chasing What’s Already Gone’ by Michael Ross
Danny Pearson is cruising through life on the edge of contentment—even in his marriage…
His wife seems distant, yet perfectly happy. They work on different schedules and pass like ships in the night. But that’s how marriage is after so many years, right?
When Danny meets a mysterious girl, his idea of the meaning of love shatters at his feet…
She’s not extraordinary, but somehow she’s so much more than just another girl. When he catches her gaze, he knows deep in his gut that she’s the one—the love of his life. But being a decent guy, he holds his feelings in check, and there is no ulterior motive when he shares a coffee with her. As she leaves, she gives him a business card. That’s all there is to it.
Her name is Ella. And after that, she is nothing more than a fond memory.
Danny puts Ella out of his mind and moves on with his life—until his world falls apart…When his wife confesses to having an affair and demands a divorce, his life is thrown into chaos. It’s a challenge adjusting to the single life, but it’s not impossible. As time passes, he continues to reminisce of his brief encounter with the woman he’s sure was his chance at true happiness.
How far is Danny willing to go in the pursuit of love? How far would you when, in all probability, you are only…
Chasing what’s already gone?
Chasing What’s Already Gone will be available on Amazon on July 26th!
About The Author.
It was a strange and twisting road that led to the publishing of my second novel.
Born and raised in Bristol, England. I spent my adult life in business,the majority of that time marketing cars. I eventually owned the largest Saab specialist in the world,before a divorce put an end to that part of my life.
This led me to leave Bristol to live halfway up a mountain in the
Welsh valleys, start a part time six year English Literature course at Bristol University, and attend creative writing classes in Cardiff.
My interest in English literature flourished and I have won several prizes for my short stories. My first book, ‘Twenty Short Stories – Settling a score,” reached No 6 in the Short Stories Best Sellers and is still available. My second novel, a romantic thriller entitled Hand Over Fist was released earlier this year
Chasing What’s Already Gone evolved from a short story Carpe Diem in my second anthology Twenty One Short Stories. I could not get the two main characters out of my head and I had to find out what happened to them after the end of the short story.
I now live very happily halfway up that mountain in the Welsh Valleys with my wonderful partner, Mari, and our rescue dog, Wolfie.
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July 17, 2016 at 11:44 am
I love reading and am always looking for new books – thinking about it is rare to be written from a man’s point of view! I’ll look it up! #KCACOLS
July 17, 2016 at 2:18 pm
I read&reviewed this book recently- it was quite good and witty and fun! 🙂
July 17, 2016 at 4:53 pm
Oh really. I will come over and have a read of your review then. Glad you enjoyed it.
Lifestyle & Literature.
July 17, 2016 at 5:41 pm
Thanks so much for sharing! 🙂 – Lifestyle & Literature.
July 17, 2016 at 6:47 pm
What a great cover!
July 17, 2016 at 6:51 pm
Sounds interesting, again it’s different to read something like this from a man’s point of view. #KCACOLS
July 18, 2016 at 3:43 pm
Yes, its usually always women’s POV isn’t it. I read someone else’s review of this and they said its like LadsLit.
Joanne Mallon (@joannemallon)
July 18, 2016 at 9:04 am
Nice cover – slightly unusual colour but sounds like it suits the book well. This probably wouldn’t be one for me but I congratulate the author on the achievement of getting it finished and out into the world and wish him every success. #KCACOLS
July 18, 2016 at 3:49 pm
Thank you, when I read that it was from a man’s point of view, I thought the cover was more suited. Thanks for your comments and good wishes.
July 19, 2016 at 8:57 pm
Very interesting review, it inspired me look up his 21 short stories and especially Carpe Diem – which I read. I will be reading the other short stories first before reading this book.
July 19, 2016 at 9:01 pm
I haven’t read Carpe Diem, but I know it means Seize the day, so I’m glad you enjoyed it. Hope the rest are just as good. 😉
The Unsung Mum
July 20, 2016 at 11:39 am
I don’t get a lot of time to read books anymore but do tend to read them in e-book when I say trying to get the kids to sleep. Will have to check this out and it seems right up my street! #KCACOLS
July 20, 2016 at 3:35 pm
Thank you. I feel that I read ebooks a lot faster, I think because I can put it on speaker, so I can listen to the story while driving or ironing or whatever. If you get it, I hope you enjoy it.