Jack and Jill meet on Freshers Big Party Night at an English university and for both of them it’s love at first sight. Despite their backgrounds, personalities and interests being poles apart, the relationship flourishes during their university years. It’s not quite as comfortable when their studies are over and they start work, Jack as an investment banker in the City of London and Jill as a teacher.
Way back when they first met, they’d shared the joke that their names were those of the nursery rhyme. Down the line, they fail to recognise that their lives are matching the plot – Jack falls down and Jill comes tumbling after.
Their relationship is on the rocks. Can it survive?
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R J Gould writes contemporary fiction. He uses humor to describe past, present and sought after relationships. His characters, some highly eccentric and some plain ordinary, are trying to make the most of their lives while carrying heaps of baggage. They struggle to balance the pressures of work, friends and families as they search for romance. The male perspective on relationships provides a refreshingly original viewpoint. The writing is funny, but poignant, too.
He was selected for the New Writers’ Scheme of the UK Romantic Novelists’ Association and following this accolade, he was taken on by the publisher Accent Press. ‘A Street Café Named Desire’ was released in December 2014 and short-listed for the 2016 Joan Hessayon New Writers’ Award. ‘The Engagement Party’ was published in May 2015 and ‘Jack and Jill Went Downhill’ was released in June 2016.
R J Gould is a member of the Society of Authors and of Cambridge Writers, where he leads the Commercial Editing Group. He was the organisation’s short story competition winner in 2011, awarded third place in 2015, and his writing was commended in 2012 and 2014.
Contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org or https://twitter.com/RJGould_author and find out more at http://www.rjgould.info