That They Might Lovely Be by David Matthews – Christmas #giveaway @jhpFiction @francesteehan

With only one week till Christmas, here is the chance to win a treat for yourself. That They Might Lovely Be by David Matthews was published by Top Hat books and I have a paperback copy to giveaway for one lucky UK reader. Entering couldn’t be simpler – just comment telling me what you are reading just now and I’ll use a random number selector to choose a winner. I can’t promise your prize will arrive by Christmas but it will be something to look forward to in the New Year. You can enter until midnight on Wednesday 21st December and I’ll be in touch with the winner within 24 hours.

About the book

Set in Kent as the country still reels from the impact of the First World War whilst the Second approaches, this historical novel follows the lives of four characters: Hubert, Geoffrey, Anstace and Delia as they grow together in the most uncertain times. 

Tackling issues of what it means to be a man in a world where so many have lost their lives to militarism and yet pacifism is still judged so harshly, and how love is tested by such extremes and what it takes to endure, That They Might Lovely Be is a captivating read, perfect for fans of Patrick Gale and Anna Hope. This is a book which tackles really topical issues from an exciting new voice in literary fiction.

That They Might Lovely Be was published by Top Hat Books earlier this month. You can order a copy online here.

David Matthews

About the author

David Matthews was a teacher for twenty-two years and a head teacher for eleven. His play ‘Under the Shadow of Your Wings’ was professionally directed and performed in the summer of 2015, as part of Croydon’s heritage festival. David divides his time between family life in Croydon and renovating a cottage in south-west France.

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