When your dreams are real there’s no-where to escape!

Andi is just holding it together. Working two jobs means she doesn’t need to rely on anyone, but doesn’t have much of a life. In her dreams, however, she is a hero: battling monsters and saving innocents. When her dream woman turns out to be very real, Andi’s life begins to spiral out of control.

Step into an exciting urban fantasy that will have you on the edge of your seat. Think The Book of Abisan, only sexier!

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C H was kind enough to answer a few questions about her new release!

Why did you want to write this book, specifically?
I’ve always had a story in my head about dream warriors who protect us from nightmares, and I tried to write a children’s story about it several years ago. It didn’t happen, but this one did. I wrote it in a matter of weeks. It’s much more grown up, but still lots of fun so hopefully people will enjoy it.

What do you like best about it?
I like Andi best. She’s an awesome narrator, and because book one is written from her point of view, you get to see how vulnerable she is, even though she comes across as confident and in control.  I have also had a reviewer say she’d make a great “book girlfriend”, so if that’s something you’re after, check her out!  I’m also super excited about the brilliant job Natalie Husdan is doing on the audio version, she has really captured her voice.

Can you tell the readers something about My Dream Woman that they might not know just from reading the book?
See how many badger references you can spot.

In ten words or less, tell us why we should buy this book?
It’s fast paced, exciting with humour, witty dialogue and romance.


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C H Clepitt

C H Clepitt

C H Clepitt has a Master’s Degree in English Literature from the University of the West of England. As her Bachelor’s Degree was in Drama, and her Master’s Dissertation focused on little known 18th Century playwright Susannah Centlivre, Clepitt’s novels are extremely dialogue driven, and it has often been observed that they would translate well to the screen.

Since graduating in 2007, she gained experience in community and music journalism, before establishing satirical news website, Newsnibbles in 2010. In 2011 she published her first book, A Reason to Stay, which follows the adventures of disillusioned retail manager, Stephen, as he is thrust into village life and the world of AmDram. Clepitt’s feminist fantasy, The Book of Abisan not only crosses worlds, but confuses genres, and has been described as a crime drama with magic. She has often said that she doesn’t like the way that choosing a genre forces you to put your book into a specific little box, and instead she prefers to distort the readers’ expectations and keep them guessing. Her 2016 work, I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse does just that, as just like the characters, the readers won’t know what’s going on in this laugh out loud satirical scifi.

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