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SOUP IS THE
NEW COFFEE

Start with Verity’s bubbling award-winning venture Soup Bling.

Add Callie’s beginning to simmer Mad For Soup.

 

Attempt to stir in one very reluctant, wizarding soup vendor.

Brown-off a foul-mouthed, bad-tempered psychopathic neighbour.

Throw in one ninja Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator in matching tweed.

 

And there you have the perfect recipe for a mixed broth of rivalry, undercover surveillance, magic, romance and team building. 

 

Warning: may contain nuts.

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BEING GIL'S SISTER

My name is Sunny. I’ve grown up in the shadow of my exceptional brother and am often greeted with, ‘Gil’s sister? Well, why didn’t you say so?’ He is blessed with straight dark hair and brains. I inherited wild auburn locks and freckles that merge together when the clocks spring forward.

 

I failed to thrive in a number of jobs where my talents weren’t appreciated so set up my own business - Do Me A Favour. Hey – how hard can it be to host a cat’s birthday party or barbeque in a snowstorm?

 

While my enterprise is taking off, my perfect brother Gil seems to be unravelling faster than a spaghetti jumper. Throw in the fact that Mathew – my obsession since high school – is now back on the market after several careless owners, and you find me at a place in my life where being Gil’s sister is about as easy as ironing a wedding dress with a boiled egg. 

 

I find myself chasing aliens, love and a runaway nun to get our lives back on track.

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KNITTING HAGGIS

Peggy’s world is very small. So small she can patrol her own border. Then two things happen to her simultaneously. She wins two point six million pounds in the national lottery the same week she is fired from the job she loves.

 

Sigrid Berger is sent to spend - sorry - manage Peggy’s winnings. Sigrid is gorgeous and she knows it, self-absorbed, high on champagne and low on patience.

 

Then there’s Mr Lithgow - extremely reliable at acquiring artefacts. At least he used to be. Until a box containing something of immense value, gripped in his hands for five hours, vanishes. Now he’s a bounty hunter under pressure on a wild box-chase around Edinburgh. 

 

And the links in this chain? Kenny and Chantelle. Two ‘employees’ at the station where Peggy worked are jostled into the plot. Individually both of questionable intellect and moral compass. Together they form a team were they stranded on a desert island, they would set fire to the life raft in order to gain attention.

 

Knitting Haggis is a story about winning (everything that means something) and losing (something that means everything).

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