What if your roommate is your soul mate? A joyful, quirky romantic comedy, Beth O'Leary's The Flatshare is a feel-good novel about finding love in the most unexpected of ways. Tiffy and Leon share an apartment. Tiffy and Leon have never met. After a bad breakup, Tiffy Moore needs a place to live. Fast. And cheap. But the apartments in her budget have her wondering if astonishingly colored mold on the walls counts as art. Desperation makes her open minded, so she answers an ad for a flatshare. Leon, a night shift worker, will take the apartment during the day, and Tiffy can have it nights and weekends. He’ll only ever be there when she’s at the office. In fact, they’ll never even have to meet. Tiffy and Leon start writing each other notes – first about what day is garbage day, and politely establishing what leftovers are up for grabs, and the evergreen question of whether the toilet seat should stay up or down. Even though they are opposites, they soon become friends. And then maybe more. But falling in love with your roommate is probably a terrible idea...especially if you've never met.
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COMING IN SPRING 2021, THE BRAND NEW NOVEL FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR, BETH O'LEARY. Addie and her sister are about to embark on an epic road trip to a friend's wedding in rural Scotland. The playlist is all planned and the snacks are packed. But, not long after setting off, a car slams into the back of theirs. The driver is none other than Addie's ex, Dylan, who she's avoided since their traumatic break-up two years earlier. Dylan and his best mate are heading to the wedding too, and they've totalled their car, so Addie has no choice but to offer them a ride. The car is soon jam-packed full of luggage and secrets, and with four hundred miles ahead of them, Dylan and Addie can't avoid confronting the very messy history of their relationship... Will they make it to the wedding on time? And, more importantly... is this really the end of the road for Addie and Dylan? HEAR WHAT EVERYONE IS SAYING ABOUT BETH'S FIRST TWO NOVELS: 'I adored every page of this super-smart, brilliantly funny romcom' Rosie Walsh on The Flatshare 'The new Jojo Moyes ... This has all the ingredients of Me Before You... seriously funny' Cosmopolitan on The Flatshare 'Touching, funny and skilful, a delightful read' Katie Fforde on The Flatshare 'The Flatshare is a huge, heart-warming triumph' Josie Silver on The Flatshare 'Beth has done it again! Warm, witty, and a cast of characters I wish I was friends with - I truly loved it!' Laura Jane Williams on The Switch 'Eileen Cotton proves you don't have to be in your thirties to be Bridget Jones. A triumph of a second novel' Anstey Harris on The Switch 'I am blown away. I didn't think Beth could top The Flatshare but she has. It sparkles with wit, warmth and compassion. It deserves to be huge!' Gillian McAllister on The Switch
'SO CHARMING, SO SWEET AND SO LOVELY' MARIAN KEYES Leena is too young to feel stuck. Eileen is too old to start over. Maybe it's time for The Switch... Ordered to take a two-month sabbatical after blowing a big presentation at work, Leena escapes to her grandmother Eileen's house for some overdue rest. Newly single and about to turn eighty, Eileen would like a second chance at love. But her tiny Yorkshire village doesn't offer many eligible gentlemen... So Leena proposes a solution: a two-month swap. Eileen can live in London and look for love, and L Leena will look after everything in rural Yorkshire. But with a rabble of unruly OAPs to contend with, as well as the annoyingly perfect - and distractingly handsome - local schoolteacher, Leena learns that switching lives isn't straightforward. Back in London, Eileen is a huge hit with her new neighbours, and with the online dating scene. But is her perfect match nearer to home than she first thought? Praise for The Switch: 'Another life-affirming joy' HEAT MAGAZINE 'Warm, witty, and a cast of characters I wish I was friends with - I truly loved it!' LAURA JANE WILLIAMS 'I am blown away. I didn't think Beth could top The Flatshare but she has. It sparkles with wit, warmth and compassion. It deserves to be huge!' GILLIAN McALLISTER 'Heartwarming and uplifting. Everyone should have an Eileen in their life!' HEIDI SWAIN 'Eileen Cotton proves you don't have to be in your thirties to be Bridget Jones. A triumph of a second novel!' ANSTEY HARRIS 'Bursting with warmth and humour' LOUISE O'NEILL 'I loved it! A total joy to read. Such a breath of fresh air' LIBBY PAGE 'It's an absolute joy from beginning to end' MIKE GAYLE 'I just loved The Switch! What a beautiful story with such memorable characters. I have been well and truly Eileened! It's an absolute triumph!' EMMA COOPER 'Beth O'Leary has absolutely smashed it out of the park with The Switch. Brilliant, warm, funny, full of heart. Completely loved it!' RICHARD ROPER
SOME FAMILIES GET ON LIKE A HOUSE ON FIRE... 'A triumph of a novel' BETH O'LEARY, author of The Flatshare 'Acutely observed and brilliantly funny' CLARE MACKINTOSH, author of After The End 'Part Fleabag, part Agatha Christie, Like A House On Fire is everything I love in a book ... I was hooked from page one. Bravo, what a triumph!' JOSIE SILVER, author of One Day In December * * * * * Things Stella and George have had blazing rows about: - Misquoting Jurassic Park - Leaving a Coke can on the side of the bath - Fitting car seats for their hypothetical kids In other news, they're getting divorced. But first, Stella's mum is throwing a murder mystery party and - with her dad losing his job, her mum's recent diagnosis, and some very odd behaviour from her sister - now is not the time to tell everyone. All Stella and George have to do is make it through the day without their break-up being discovered - though it will soon turn out that having secrets runs in the family... * * * * * Authors getting on LIKE A HOUSE ON FIRE * * * * * 'I loved it - funny and sad and relatable and deeply human' HARRIET TYCE, author of Blood Orange 'A keenly observed tale of family intrigue and craziness that will make you laugh and tough your heart' MIKE GAYLE, author of Half A World Away 'Sheer delight from start to finish' LESLEY KARA, author of The Rumour 'Painfully astute and brilliantly funny' BETH O'LEARY, author of The Flatshare 'Witty, whip-smart and wincingly observant, pure entertainment from start to finish. A Caroline Hulse book is a reading highlight of my year' CATHY BRAMLEY, author of The Lemon Tree Cafe 'Funny, moving and astute. A triumph!' NICOLA MOSTYN, author of The Love Delusion 'A total joy from start to finish, Like A House on Fire is a treat to savour. Readers will all recognise (with affection) someone within its pages.' CHARLOTTE DUCKWORTH, author of The Rival 'Absolutely loved Like A House On Fire. A proper delight' RICHARD ROPER, author of Something To Live For 'Hilarious and brilliant and clever in that way only Caroline knows how to be. So compelling, I couldn't put it down' LUCY VINE, author of Hot Mess 'Caroline Hulse is a very funny writer and a wonderfully compassionate observer of human frailty' KATE EBERLEN, author of Miss You
A collection of poetry by the world's most well read writer Carol Patricia O'Donovan. Upbeat positive thinking with a zen influence this lady trekked the path to enlightenment. A biography of what really goes on in the life of a temp secretary who is really a fun loving Irish Backpacker at heart. Some revelations about life and what it throws at you and how to make the most of it, remain happy through the peaks and troughs. Reflections on beautiful places, people with beautiful faces, inspirations, a rock, scenery, reality, some people shock the hell out of me too. The Writer is a psychic and often sees things other people do not which is a mixed blessing as you are not always thanked for your secret insights into life in London and Dublin, Ireland. The Author is an Ambassador for the largest poetry website in the world poetry.com She has lived in Maine American for a summer on Kennebec Camp and has lived for two years in Sydney, Australia, where she had a temp job in communications for the Premier of New South Wales. Childhood reminiscences of a Dublin long gone but still close to the heart. Outlook is bright and remains so a helpful philsophy on coping with problems encountered along the trek to enlightenment. Helps people cope with lifes stresses through her reflective poetry and biography, gets to the point does not get bogged down, helpful for those recovering from an illness or suffering ill health, reflections on what the author has been through. Some nice easy reading with a twist life is what you make it get out there and take it.