All Change Please by Danielle West

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"All Change Please" is a thought-provoking yet humorous look into the lives of three best friends, Ophelia, Kat and Elise, who simultaneously come to a crossroads. In an unexpected twist of fate, their lives are turned upside down when a close friend is suddenly killed, the impetus that will shake the women at their foundations. Together, they endure several months of sorrow and must decide what it is they need to do in order to get out of the hole that is their existence in London. Danielle West's dark yet hilarious journey through sadness, drunken mischief, workplace revolt, marital turmoil, and in-law animosity isn't just another story about life lessons.
 

About Danielle West

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Danielle West is one of the brightest new authors today and has an amazing success story. Originally from Boston before moving to Toronto and then London, she has lived in forts in the woods, cardboard boxes and in fancy high rise flats. Danielle has been a go-go dancer for Boston punk bands, helped start the UK's first roller derby league, had her own soap making company and eventually embarked on a professional mixed martial arts career. Over time she began penning what would become All Change Please, her first published novel. All Change Please was written over the course of seven years on Danielle’s Blackberry smart phone while she travelled back and forth to work on the Tube in London, UK. The book has been influenced by her own and friends’ experiences, all of which has helped craft a moving story and shape Danielle into the fierce competitor she is today and has strengthened her resolve in adding more literary works to her belt. She has been published in such magazines as Fighters Only and Train Hard, Fight Easy. This is her first novel. Danielle is in the early stages of creating her second masterpiece of fiction while she trains for her next series of MMA bouts and prepares to move to Singapore.
 
Published March 12, 2013 by Burning Horse Media. 364 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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