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Book giveaway: Poppy's Recipe for Life

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Treat yourself to the uplifting new book from Sunday Times bestselling author Heidi Swain, Poppy's Recipe for Life. To celebrate the publication, we're giving 10 lucky gransnetters the chance to win a copy of the book. 

Things haven’t always been straightforward in Poppy’s life but her dreams are finally within her reach. She's moving into a cottage in beautiful Nightingale Square, close to the local community garden, where she can indulge her passion for making preserves and pickles.

She may not have the best relationship with her family but she is surrounded by loving friends, and feels sure that even her grumpy new neighbour, Jacob, has more to him than his steely exterior belies.

But the unexpected arrival of Poppy's troubled younger brother soon threatens her newfound happiness and, as the garden team work together to win Community Space of the Year, Poppy must decide where her priorities lie and what she is prepared to fight for...

Praise for Heidi Swain:

"A lovely, sweet, summery read" - Milly Johnson

"Wise, warm and wonderful"  - Heat

"A ray of reading sunshine!" - Laura Kemp, author of A Year of Surprising Acts of Kindness

"Sparkling and romantic" - My Weekly
 

Heidi Swain lives in Norfolk with her husband, two allegedly grown-up children and a mischievous black cat called Storm. She is passionate about gardening, the countryside, and collects vintage paraphernalia. Heidi is the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Cherry Tree Cafe, Summer at Skylark Farm and Mince Pies and Mistletoe at the Christmas Market.

 

Poppy's Recipe for Life is published by Simon & Schuster and is available online and from all good booksellers.

 

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Simply fill in the form below by 11am 26 June for the chance to win a copy of Poppy's Recipe for Life by Heidi Swain.

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