Juliet Ayres

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Besides writing fiction, Juliet Ayres is an English tutor with a specialism in dyslexia.
She lives in North West England, UK with her husband, is mum to three grown children and slave to her cat who likes to hog her lap as she writes fiction.

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I am currently working on a novel with the aim of completing for summer 2020. The initial setting is a hotel in Naples during an …more
Thank you, Aquarius.
I am currently working on a novel with the aim of completing for summer 2020. The initial setting is a hotel in Naples during an earthquake, but mostly, the book gives a nostalgic insight into South Manchester, UK through the eyes of two Mancunian women – two strangers - trapped in the ladies' toilets for almost a week.
In terms of social class, they are worlds apart, but one thing they have in common is skeletons in their cupboards which they realize they cannot take to the grave. (less)
Juliet Ayres It’s not so much inspiration to write that I need, but inspiration to drag myself away from my keyboard to get on with other work. I love writing! For…moreIt’s not so much inspiration to write that I need, but inspiration to drag myself away from my keyboard to get on with other work. I love writing! For me, it's therapeutic indulgence. (less)
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Caught on the Web

3.50 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2018 — 2 editions
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“At least the presence of Harry, her tabby cat, purring softly and weaving in and out of her legs was better than no company at all.”
Juliet Ayres, Caught on the Web

“Can I get two coffees?’
Joanna cringed. That cashier ought to tell her straight that she may have two coffees, but she certainly can’t get them because customers aren’t allowed behind the counter!”
Juliet Ayres, Caught on the Web

“Looking for my final love with someone who is ready to settle down. Of course dating is great initially, but I don’t wish to be dating indefinitely, so if you’re looking for an indefinite dating partner, please pass me by.”
Juliet Ayres, Caught on the Web

“Conscious of the way spinach has a habit of flaunting itself between front teeth, she packed tooth picks in her new clutch bag.”
Juliet Ayres, Caught on the Web

“Remember what he said about my picture: I’m lovely and it made him do double cartwheels. Remember also that he’s prone to hyperbole, so don’t take everything he says literally.”
Juliet Ayres, Caught on the Web

“At least the presence of Harry, her tabby cat, purring softly and weaving in and out of her legs was better than no company at all.”
Juliet Ayres, Caught on the Web

“Look at yourself for a change! You’ll be counting the grains of rice I buy next! Talk about tight – Scrooge has nothing on you!”
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“Joanna swooned on hearing his voice and knew immediately that she would more than merely like him. Could be love at first type, she thought. It was a voice so luscious that only a hunk of a dreamboat could possess”
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