Unsafe: Damian longs for home, but one man stands in his way

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Unsafe: Damian longs for home, but one man stands in his way

Unsafe: Damian longs for home, but one man stands in his way

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Just heard from my publisher that Unwanted is still in the Top Ten! Week 6! Thank you so much for making this book a success. Harper Collins have bought world rights in Cathy Glass’s latest fostering memoir A Family Torn Apart. Cathy Glass’s Can I Let You Go? remains in the charts for an eighth consecutive week - this time no 14. You do not want to miss out on one of Cathy Glass’s most popular books. It is such a good story but actually almost unbelievable that it’s real. At 4 years old, Alice was on her way to Cathy’s house when she is snatched by her own mother. A drug addict suffering from mental illness, Alice’s mother is desperate to keep her child. So, she takes Alice and disappears.

A trip to WH Smith at the weekend witnessed a score of titles from agency clients Casey Watson, Cathy Glass and Lynne Barrett-Lee on display. Harper Collins have bought world rights in Cathy Glass’s latest fostering memoir Too Scared to Tell.Faye changes her mind and decides she wants to keep her baby. Will she be able to learn enough to be a parent when the time comes? The second book in this best Cathy Glass series follows 16-year-old Laura, who takes her baby to the park for some fun. She is struggling but no one notices except Cathy, who tries to help her. But she just keeps hitting a wall, because what Laura needs is medical help.

Just heard from my publisher that Unwanted is still in the Top Ten! That’s week 8! Thank you so much for making this book a success. Collins have bought World rights in Cathy Glass’s latest fostering memoir Where has Mummy Gone?, the story of eight-year old Melody. It’s 3 long days that Cathy spends anxiously worrying about Alice’s whereabouts. She is finally found safe and unharmed but traumatised from the experience. Poor Alice is so young and vulnerable, and Cathy’s family take her in immediately. They all become very protective of little Alice. Finding A New HomeAimee reminds Cathy of Jodie (you’ll know her story if you have read Damaged), and it brings Cathy to tears. Seeing how grateful Aimee is to have a bed to snuggle into tugs at your heartstrings, especially because you know she came from a place that was not considered habitable for human beings, let alone a little girl.



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