Win a great new novel by asking the author a question! [COMPETITION]

Carolyn Jess Cooke

Carolyn Jess Cooke is an exceptional writing talent, and author of The Guardian Angel’s Journal, her new novel The Boy Who Could See Demons has just been published.





There are 3 steps to win a copy of the new book:

  • Read about the novel below
  • Post a question for Carolyn on the BookMachine Facebook page here
  • We pick the best 5 questions and if you’ve written one of them, you get a copy of the book. Good luck!
“Alex Broccoli is ten years old, likes onions on toast, and can balance on the back legs of his chair for fourteen minutes. His best friend is a 9000-year-old demon called Ruen.
When his depressive mother attempts suicide yet again, Alex meets child psychiatrist Anya. Still bearing the scars of her own daughter’s battle with schizophrenia, Anya fears for Alex’s mental health and attempts to convince him that Ruen doesn’t exist. But as she runs out of medical proof for many of Alex’s claims, she is faced with a question: does Alex suffer from schizophrenia, or can he really see demons?”


Competition T&Cs

Closing date is Tuesday 15th May
Open to UK residents only
Winners will be notified via Facebook on Thursday 17th May
Winners agree to have their question featured on

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