A Gift for You on Dad’s Birthday

ImageMy dad would have celebrated his 80th birthday on the 5th, but sadly he passed away on 6th October, last year. This is a painful anniversary, and we have opted for a simple day of ‘normal’, with nothing different happening in our lives.

Now, my dad was a very generous man, especially at the bar, his words were always, ‘the first drink is on me’. Today, I cannot purchase a gift, or buy him a drink, and one of my saddest events in my life is that he passed away without reading my books. He had Alzheimer’s and lost all ability to read when I launched my first book. I know he would have been thrilled I achieved my dream, so, for three days, ‘my first book is on me’.

ImageRipper, My Love, will be free on Amazon, 4th/5th/6th (choose your country via link), and I would love for you to celebrate my father’s birthday by sharing the link with others. If he can’t read it, then I want others to enjoy the experience, (at least, I hope they will).

About Glynis Peters Author

I write Historical saga style novels featuring mystery and romantic twists. HarperCollins/HarperImpulse publishers of my novel, The Secret Orphan. I live in the UK, in a coastal town in Essex. When I am not writing, I enjoy making greetings cards, Cross Stitch, fishing and the company of my little granddaughters. I also write Victorian novels under my own name, Glynis Smy,
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14 Responses to A Gift for You on Dad’s Birthday

  1. Margot Kinberg says:

    Glynis – What a lovely tribute to your father!! My best wishes for healing and peace to you and your family…

  2. Carol E Wyer says:

    A lovely gesture,Glynis. My thoughts are with you today. Xxx

  3. Maggie Thom says:

    A very nice gift to your dad. And since it’s my birthday today, I say thank you for the gift. 🙂

  4. A wonderful gesture, Glynis.

    Grieving a parent, it just knocks the wind out of the sails. If anything, I’ve learned that.

  5. Rena George says:

    A very moving post, Glynis. I’m sure your lovely dad knows all about your writing success. Rx

  6. What a lovely post, Glynis, very moving. A wonderful tribute to your dad. A fab book too.

  7. Glynis, this is so touching. My father never got to read my first published book either because he passed away shortly before it came out. My thoughts are with you…

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