Cover Reveal: The Last Day by Claire Dyer

The Last Day

I’m really excited today to have an exclusive from Dome Press and be revealing the cover and bringing you information all about The Last Day by Claire Dyer.

I know it’s a way off, but on 15th February 2018 I’ll be interviewing Claire all about The Last Day to be published that day, so do please come back then and read my review too. As I love an emotional read I have a feeling The Last Day is going to be a book I’ll adore.

The Last Day will be published by The Dome Press on 15th February 2018 and is available for pre-order here.

The Last Day

The Last Day

Every ending starts with a beginning; every beginning, an end.

Boyd and Vita have been separated for six years when Boyd asks if he can move back in to the house they both still own, bringing with him his twenty-seven-year-old girlfriend, Honey.

Of course, Vita agrees: enough water has travelled under enough bridges since her marriage to Boyd ended and she is totally over him; nothing can touch her now. Boyd and Honey move in and everyone is happy – or so it seems.

However, all three are keeping secrets.

About Claire Dyer

Claire Dyer

Claire Dyer’s novels The Moment and The Perfect Affair, and her short story, Falling For Gatsby, are published by Quercus.

Her poetry collections, Interference Effects and Eleven Rooms are published by Two Rivers Press. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway, University of London and teaches creative writing for Bracknell & Wokingham College.

She also runs Fresh Eyes, an editorial and critiquing service.

You can follow Claire on Twitter @ClaireDyer1 and visit her website. You’ll also find Claire on Facebook.

2 thoughts on “Cover Reveal: The Last Day by Claire Dyer

  1. Pleasure! Sorry I haven’t been more procative – was asked to go earlier than arranged whilst in the car between hospitals as Mum being transferred with broken hip! Looking forward to reading it too.


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