I'm a regular reader of the work of CH Clepitt as those scouring my book reviews will know - so when she mentioned she had a new book coming out, I was only too happy to let her tell blog visitors all about it. Without further ado, let me raise the curtain on...
Curtain Call, by C H Clepitt
C H Clepitt has a knack for creating real, relatable characters, who face adversity with humour and humanity, and Curtain Call is no exception.
“Possibly the best thing I’ve read by C H Clepitt so far.” - Murray McLean
When an assistant to the director role turns into P.A. to her favourite film star, Jen can’t believe her luck. Eleanor Francis is charming, kind and funny, but she has a secret, and when tragedy strikes, things threaten to unravel at an uncontrollable pace. Despite being out of her depth Jen has to adapt to her new role quickly, to protect Eleanor, with whom she is rapidly falling in love.
This is a sweet, understated story that will have you laughing and crying in equal measure. If you’ve enjoyed C H Clepitt’s other books then this is not to be missed.
Release Date: OUT NOW
“The story is very well written and flows nicely… I would love to read more about the two main characters in future books.” - Simon Leonard - Black Books Blog
“Love blossoms in an unexpected place in this emotional short story. A change of direction for Clepitt but delicately written and heartfelt.” - Claire Buss - Author of The Rose Thief and other novels.
“The story's optimism that makes it such a joy to read and leaves one feeling there must be
hope after all.” A.M. Leibowitz - Author of Keeping the Faith and other novels.
Available on Kindle: relinks.me/B07CKFLYW6
Get in touch via chclepitt.com to order paperback
A Word from the Author
This started as a short story, prompted by an anthology call by friend and colleague A.M.
Leibowitz. I was at the maximum word limit, and felt the characters still had more to say, so,
when it turned out my submission was four times longer than all of the other submissions, I
withdrew it, expanded it and this novella was born. I am really proud of what I have achieved
here, and think it might be some of my best writing to date. I really hope you enjoy reading it as
much as I enjoyed writing it.