I am thrilled to be involved in the 12 Days of Christmas blogtour for the paperback launch of Milly Johnson’s bestselling novel: I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day. I Wish it Could be Christmas Every Day by Milly Johnson is published by Simon & Schuster on 11th November 2021 in paperback, priced £8.99.
It is the day before Christmas Eve, and deep in the snow-covered
Yorkshire Moors in a tiny hamlet called Figgy Hollow, an idyllic, cosy inn
becomes a much-needed haven for six strangers stranded by a blizzard.
Charlie and Robin were on their way to Scotland for a luxury festive
break, Jack and his PA Mary were heading to an important business
meeting, and Bridge and Luke were meeting for five minutes to finally
settle their divorce – but Figgy Hollow has other plans for them all. . .
To buy links
The paperback is available to purchase from all book retailers including Waterstones, WHSmith, independent bookshops and certain supermarkets. It is also available online from all of the above and also amazon, bookshop.org, Hive.
amazon link: https://amzn.to/3BQSyND
REVIEW (Source: purchased copy, review originally published 29 December 2020)
I always look forward to a new Milly Johnson book as I know I’ll be guaranteed a fabulous read. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day is such an apt story that seems so much more perfect in the unprecedented circumstances we are all living in at the moment. We want stories to escape to, stories to charm us and warm our hearts but we also want relatable stories. Milly Johnson’s latest novel is all this and more.
When six travellers from all walks of life find themselves stuck in the worse snow storm for years they find shelter in an inn in the midst of the Yorkshire countryside. With no landlord or staff around the wary travellers have no option but to make themselves at home. And they did as the snow continued for a few days the six soon found themselves learning more about each other and forgetting about their lives outside of the four walls of the inn and just concentrate and enjoy the present.
This story is full of the author’s wonderful Yorkshire charm and wit that her readers have become accustomed to. It is beautifully sad and poignant but I also experienced joy and warmth throughout. At the end of the novel I felt tingles of emotion running through me and for some time after I could still sense the feelings I felt.
Just simply brilliant and the air of magic and wonder of Figgy Hollow has left me spellbound.
MILLY JOHNSON was born, raised and still lives in Barnsley, South Yorkshire.
A Sunday Times bestseller, she is one of the Top 10 Female Fiction authors in
the UK with millions of copies of her books sold across the world. In 2020, she
was honoured with the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s Outstanding
Achievement Award and was a featured author in the Reading Agency’s Quick
Reads and World Book Night campaigns.
A writer who champions women and highlights the importance of friendship
and community, Milly’s characters are celebrations of the strength of the
human spirit. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day is her eighteenth novel.
Her nineteenth novel, The Woman in the Middle, is published 14th October 2021 in hardback.