Hello, Sunshines, I have the huge pleasure to be helping out with the cover reveal for; Patience by Victoria Scott. This debut book sounds amazing, and the cover is super cute, this is definetly one to look forward to in 2021, I can’t wait to share it with you all. Firstly, I want to say thank you to Vicky ay Head of Zeus/Aria Fiction for the invite to be apart of this cover reveal. Now let’s have a look at this book…

About the Book

Patience by Victoria Scott

Genre; Women’s Fiction / Publisher; Head of Zeus / Release Date; 5th August 2021

If you were offered the chance to be ‘normal’ would you take it? Do we even know what ‘normal’ is?

The Willow family have been through a lot together. Louise has devoted her life to her family and raising her disabled daughter, Patience. Pete now works abroad, determined to provide more, even if it means seeing less of those he loves. And Eliza, in the shadow of her sister, has a ‘perfect’ life in London, striving to live up to her mother’s high standards.

Meanwhile, Patience lives her life quietly, watching and judging the world while she’s trapped in her own body. She laughs, she cries, she knows what she wants, but she can’t ever communicate this to those who make the decisions for her. Patience only wants a voice, but this is impossible.

When the opportunity to put Patience into a new gene therapy trial to cure her Rett syndrome becomes available, opinions are divided, and the family is torn.

The stakes are high, and they face tough decisions in the hunt for a normal life. But is normal worth it? What do we even consider normal? Is Patience about to find out…?

Buy links: Amazon / Kobo / Google Play / Waterstones

About the Author

Victoria Scott has been a journalist for more than two decades, working for a wide variety of outlets including the BBC, Al Jazeera, Time Out, Doha News and the Telegraph. Alongside her love of telling real-life stories, she has also always written fiction, penning plays, stories and poems ever since she first worked out how to use her parents’ electric typewriter.

When she’s not writing, Victoria enjoys running incredibly slowly, singing loudly, baking badly and travelling the world extensively.

Victoria is a Faber Academy graduate. She has a degree in English from King’s College, London and a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from City University, London. She lives near London with her husband and two children, and works as a freelance journalist, media trainer and journalism tutor.

Follow Victoria: Facebook: @VictoriaScottJournalist / Twitter: @Toryscott / Instagram: victoriascottauthor

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