The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club: Part One Diving In written by Katie May, publisher Trapeze Books is available NOW in ebook format.
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In the gorgeous seaside town of Whitstable, brokenhearted Deb begins to swim each day and gathers a new group of friends around her. But can the magic of sea heal the hurt of the past? Or will family ties drag her underwater again?
A heart-warming, funny and poignant story of romance, friendship and second chances. It’s also a song to the author’s home town of Whitstable, where the sea is smooth, the shingle is painful on bare feet, and the air is full of possibilities.
I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the launch of this new three part mini series; The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club.
I absolutely adored this story and so pleased it’s the start of a book series by Katie May. The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club is Katie May’s debut novel and what a cracking start to her published career.
In Part One: Diving In we follow Deb’s new journey in her life after leaving her husband. For nearly 30 years Deb had felt down trodden in her marriage to Derek after having her three children she soon became a placater hoping to keep the peace in the family unit. Now after so long she’d had enough and was happy to be on her own living in a small bedsit in her beloved coastal town of Whitstable. The beach, especially the sea, is Deb’s escape and she loves nothing more than to immerse herself in the cold sea water to help forget her personal problems.
Deb isn’t the only one using the power of the sea and the beach to escape her past, Maisie recently divorced has relocated to Whitstable and is also drawn to this natural beauty. Swimming in and around the tides of Whitstable was soon becoming a routine for the two women and a friendship developed.
However, the beach is under threat of future new development and the swimming buddies have built up a following from others in the town and a strong community spirit is felt. The new swimming and beach loving community have a fight on their hands to save their beloved beach.
Such brilliant dialogue from Katie May with wonderful wit and humour. There are some great scenes that will literally have you laughing out loud. There is also a serious side to the characters we are learning to love, both Deb and Maisie have suffered heartbreak and are starting a fresh and have many painful memories from their past. Whilst reading this story I could easily picture the scenes in my head and I feel it would make a fabulous Sunday night drama. I’m eager to read the next instalments in this new book series and will start a campaign to get The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club on our TV screens!
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