How Many Wrongs make a Mr Right?

How Many Wrongs make a Mr Right?

by Stella Hervey Birrell

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Overview

How Many Wrongs make a Mr Right? by Stella Hervey Birrell

Meet Melissa...

Incurably Romantic. Mildly Amoral. Terminally Single.

From noisy pub to folk club, from broken heart to new start, follow Melissa’s journey from teenager to mother via the despicable decisions and massive mistakes of her early twenties. You’ll want to shake her, you’ll want to hug her, but most of all you’ll want to know how everything turns out.

A story about frog-kissing, bed-hopping, sliding off your lily-pad with embarrassment...and croaking with joy.

What reviewers say:

‘more refined chick-lit’

‘comparable to Jill Mansell and Jane Green in terms of plot and quality’

‘perceptive, evocative, and at times downright funny’

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152924312
Publisher: Crooked Cat Publishing
Publication date: 04/15/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 345 KB

About the Author

Stella Hervey Birrell is a freelance writer living in East Lothian, Scotland. Her first novel ‘How Many Wrongs make a Mr Right?’ will be published by Crooked Cat Books in 2016. Other writing includes, The Moon (poem) The Edge Anthology; A letter to… published in the Saturday Guardian’s Family Section; Only most things change (prose poem), Scrivens magazine; Bonus Screws (spoken word), Lies, Dreaming podcast 2016 [date tbc], Empty Nest (short story), Ropes Journal 2016; and Manifesto (prose poem) Dangerous Women Project [date tbc]. Stella writes the tinylife blog on Wordpress, and invites contributions of 140 words - see blog link for details. She writes everything really, novels, poems, flash fiction, short stories, stories for children, text messages, Facebook status updates... Born but not bred in a market town in Fife, Stella's mum claims her line can be traced back to Genghis Khan via Russian Aristocracy, while her father’s grandparents were big in the Art Nouveau in Hungary at the beginning of the 20th Century. Despite the richness of this gene pool, Stella herself only appears to have inherited weak wrists, and a penchant for sitting down to write stories. Stella lives in an rural idyll with her cat, husband, and two children.

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