Alice Peterson: Fifty Shades Of Grey Booted Off Kindle Top Spot By Romantic Novel About Dog Walkers

Move over EL James, there’s a new top dog in town.

But she’s only from down the road.

The third installment of James’ saucy ‘mummy porn’ trilogy Fifty Shades Of Grey has lost its vice-like grip on the Kindle best-selling ebook chart, having being ousted by a sweet literary romance about a group of dog walkers – and both writers are from west London.

Monday To Friday Man is the fourth novel and seventh book from Hammersmith-based dog lover Alice Peterson, 38, a former professional tennis player who turned to writing after her promising athletic career was prematurely curtailed at the age of 18 when she was left wheelchair-bound by rheumatoid arthritis.

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Alice Peterson is the author of Another Alice.

Love, lust boys and shopping – the main worries of a teenage girl? Not for eighteen-year-old Alice Peterson, who, at the height of her youth and extremely promising tennis career, was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis.

In the midst of shock and denial, and the enduring question, ‘Isn’t it old people who get arthritis?’ Alice had to learn to live with what quickly turned from the odd ache and pain to an aggressive form of the illness, and rediscover a new path in life.

Another Alice is at times utterly heartbreaking, and at others laugh-out-loud. Here is a story of how, armed with humour and courage, she left behind a world she loved to overcome the pain of a degenerative disease.

Told with wit, charm and frankness, Another Alice is also a story of friendship, family, growing up and the desire to be normal. Above all it celebrates the power of the human spirit.

More Info: http://www.alicepeterson.co.uk/another-alice.htm

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  1. Irma says:

    What a wonderful book review. It breaks my heart every time I go to my doctor and see all the kids he treats. I don’t think I could have been that brave had I been diagnosed with JRA.

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