Top 100 Listing on Amazon!!

Those lovely people at Amazon have finally priced matched Palmerstone the first of The Friendship Diaries Series as FREE…
AND my first born has made it to No 41 in the TOP 100 in the Kindle Store. Literature and Fiction, Genre Fiction, Family Saga
Get it while you can!


Four Star Review – LoL!!

Friendship through thick and thin! May 23, 2013
A four star book with action, reflection and delightfully detailed description of places, people and fashion. The story hardly stops for breath. However, the reader is made to think about the intrigue and mystery that connects diverse plots and holds the theme together. The book loses one star because the author chose my name for the villain. I strongly recommend the book to anyone with a desire for living!

Reviews from Sony e-reader

Showing 1-2 of the 2 most recent reviews

  • 1 .5 stars out of 5Brilliant

    Posted April 11, 2013 by Angel D , Chicago

    I couldn’t wait to finish the stories as they were really gripping and I wanted to know what happened then when I neared the end I didn’t want to finish. Stories like Sex and the City only much more true to life and the characters are more rounded and interesting. I liked that there was the contrast between an entrepreneur, a society heiress, a career woman and a stay at home mom with no one choice being right, safe or without problems.
  • 2 .5 stars out of 5Great Series

    Posted February 12, 2013 by Wendy , Toronto

    These books kept me turning the pages, couldn’t wait to see what happened. Loved all the characters and can’t wait for more stories about them.


More fab reviews thank you xo

Review by: Lindy Guest on March 09, 2013 : star star star star star
Loved this story. Great dialogue and characters. Lots of twists in the plot that kept me turning the pages and some hot sex!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Genifer Taylor on March 07, 2013 : star star star star star
The second book had me sitting on the edge. Lots of twists and turns and unexpected results.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Great Customer Reviews xo

Review by: Holly 1984 on March 21, 2013 : star star star star star
I really liked the way the characters had a lot of depth and the plot was not predictable. I’ll definately be reading more of this author.
(review of free book)

Review by: hrhsophia on March 19, 2013 : star star star star star
A very engrossing read with likeable interesting characters.
(review of free book)

Review by: Angel Demagio on March 19, 2013 : star star star star star
Great book, liked the characters and rooted for them. It was good how they are all quite different and the stories use the contrast between American heiress, career women and a stay at home mom to illustrate how different paths in life can all be valid choices and any path can sometimes be fraught with difficulties. Loved the slow burn romances and can’t wait to see what happens.
(review of free book)

Review by: Phillipa Cardew on March 16, 2013 : star star star star star
I seem to agree with most other reviews. Gripping from the start, liked all the characters felt hooked into their lives. I did feel that the end was not a complete end but with so many characters it wouldn’t be realistic for all to be neat and tidy. Anyhow I don’t mind paying for well written fiction.
(review of free book)

The Friendship Diaries – Sarah Bevan Fischer –

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What we say – review by Elizabeth Wright:

The first book in this collection of novels is a beautiful introduction into the lives of Penny, Suzanne, Caitlin and Rebecca. The one thing that really stands out from the story is perhaps to be expected, but none-the-less truly warms the heart and that is the friendship. A friendship that lasts a lifetime is something that everyone hopes for, but is actually quite rare. As we move on through schools, jobs and homes it is so easy to lose contact with people, yet the Friendship Diaries are a real lesson in the value of friendship. The 4 women are always there to support each other through the good and the bad, with never a hint of jealousy, lies or fatigue.

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