ROME ALONE wasn’t built in a day…

ROME ALONE was conceived in the Eternal City 12 years ago this weekend – and went on to be one of 100 winners of the Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook’s Centenary New Novel Award in 2007.  ROME ALONE was published on Amazon Kindle in May 2015 – followed by the sequel ROME AGAIN in February 2017.

FREE DOWNLOAD!

To celebrate that weekend in Rome in 2005 when ROME ALONE was conceived, both ROME ALONE and ROME AGAIN will be free to download on Saturday 23 September!

Libidinous doctors, sleeping with your ex-husband, hitting the bottle, fighting for your kids, dodgy City deals – all this, plus the Eternal City!

Later this year, VERONA ALONE will continue the story – followed by VERONA AGAIN , which will be published on Amazon Kindle in 2018.

Want to go to Rome now? Download ROME ALONE and ROME AGAIN free at Amazon Kindle  this weekend – normally £2.40 or free at Kindle Unlimited.

Both books contain sexual content, adult themes and dark humour which some might find upsetting. Also scenes of shopping, gelati, vino rosso, amore and Rome.

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Download ROME ALONE

 

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Download ROME AGAIN

 

 

The making of a novel: ROME ALONE was not built in a day!

 

Coming soon:

Verona Alone

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The third book in the series VERONA ALONE will be published later in 2017 – get ready for some Christmas and New Year reading!

When former professional cellist Moira sets off from her home in Scotland to fulfil a childhood dream of visiting Verona during the opera season, the one thing she does not expect is to find herself all at sea with a generous American who appears to have a secret.

About the Author:

Angela Meredith is a freelance journalist and writer, who is a BBC commissioned screenwriter and a previous winner of the Verity Bargate Award for new playwrights.  Her interests include history (especially ancient history and WWII history), as well as genealogy. Like many others, she is a many times great-granddaughter of the Roman emperors, Julius Caesar and Mark Antony – but has no plans to raise an army in the foreseeable future, despite frequent sorties around Rome.

All images copyright Angela Meredith 2005-2017

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