What the horses heard: have you read it?

The last few copies of my second novel, What the horses heard, are going for a song if you buy through me!  Normal RRP is £8.99 but you can grab yourself a bargain book for only £4 with free postage. Buy 2 for £7.00 and I’ll also send you a spare for you to give to your local library!

It’s set on Dartmoor and partly in France and is about conscientious objectors, women in WW1, horses in WW1 (stuff you wouldn’t know), the healing power of nature, the danger of secrets as well as love and hope in the face of catastrophe.

I am very proud of this book and am sorry it will then be out of print. Sadly, however, it never got me ‘discovered’!    I’d be writing the sequel by now if it had.  But there’s still time for you to discover it.  There are some mainly 5 star reviews (unsolicited I hasten to add) for you to read HERE  

If you want one or more send me your address (think ahead to birthdays, holidays and even Christmas!) via beckyatpudsham@clara.co.uk

Horses cover

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About Rebecca Gethin

Rebecca Gethin is a poet and a novelist. Cinnamon Press published her third collection, All the Time in the World in 2017. Another pamphlet is forthcoming with Three Drops Press. Her second novel, What the horses heard, was published by Cinnamon Press in May 2014. Her second poetry collection - A Handful of Water - was published by Cinnamon in 2013. Her first - River is the Plural of Rain - was published by Oversteps Books in 2009. Her novel Liar Dice won the Cinnamon Press Novel Writing Award in 2010 and was published in 2011. She lives on Dartmoor and writes occasional pieces about wildlife and nature. Her poems appear in a variety of poetry magazines and in several anthologies.
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2 Responses to What the horses heard: have you read it?

  1. mavisgulliver says:

    This is such a shame – it’s well worth its cover price. Sadly it looks as if I will have to do the same with Cry at Midnight and Clickfinger – trying to compete with cut prices is impossible and unfair. If it goes on like this we’ll be paying people to read them.

    • mavisgulliver says:

      Afterthought – and it’s not the quality of the writing or the story itself – it’s the marketing and the unfair market place.

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