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Publication Order of The Crafternoon Sewcial Club Books

The Crafternoon Sewcial Club #1 (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Crafternoon Sewcial Club #2 (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Crafternoon Sewcial Club #3 (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Frank 'n' Stan's Bucket List Books

Frank and Stan's Bucket List #1: TT Races (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Frank and Stan's Bucket List #2: TT Races (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Frank and Stan's Bucket List #3: Isle 'Le Mans' TT (With: Guy Martin) (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Frank and Stan's Bucket List #4: Bride of Frank 'n' Stan (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Frank and Stan's Bucket List #5: Isle of Man TT Aces (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Frank 'n' Stan's Bucket List #6 - Las Vegas (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Isle of Man Cozy Mystery Books

The Seaside Detective Agency (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Seaside Detective Agency - The Case of the Brazen Burglar (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Life's A Pitch Books

Life's a Pitch (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Life's a Pitch 2 (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of The Lonely Heart Attack Club Books

The Lonely Heart Attack Club (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Wrinkly Olympics (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Project VIP (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

The Flip of a Coin (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Luke 'n' Conor's Hundred-to-One Club (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Deputy Gabe Rashford: Showdown at Buzzards Creek (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Bookshop by the Beach (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

Cabbage Von Dagel (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Hamish McScabbard (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon

J.C Williams is a fiction and romance author born in the United Kingdom. His novels are for readers who never take life too seriously, as they are funny, uplifting, and touching. William’s writes books for both the little ankle-biters and the older audiences. They are humorous and will leave you laughing in most of the scenes.

The Lonely Heart Attack Club is the debut in the series by the same name. When Helen walked out on Jack, he left him three things; the lease on a flat with only a few months left to run. The second is the lease on a failing coffee shop which had always been her dream, and the last is Horace, the cat. The thriving shop, which once flooded with customers, was now threadbare. However, Jack doesn’t realize that the salvation for the shop could be right in front of him, the amazing, underappreciated shop assistant and friend, Emma.
Jack finds himself aging, gaining more weight, and single after his previous relationship ended. Even with all the suggestions from Emma, his most supportive employee, the shop isn’t attracting more customers, bills start piling up, and it will soon face eviction. Knowing that Jack cared about someone else more than himself would help bring him closer to those who were keeping the business running, his elderly customers.

The two know that a world record attempt and a discredited ex-BBC presenter might help resolve some issues. Emma plans on making a win-win suggestion, and soon things start turning around for everyone involved. They plan to make the shop a social place for the elderly since they are most of their customers anyway.

They want to host a speed dating night, more of a shuffling dating. When the shop hosts a dance, they set up the place like a mini disco. Jack owns the coffee shop known as Java the Hut. The shop has Emma, the mostly unappreciated employee, who has been considering relocating to Singapore permanently. With all the coffee chains competing, many of their customers are seniors.

After some encounters with a few of them, Emma suggests turning the shop into a social club for the seniors. When they hold an event, the local journalists stop by to do an interview and get a feel for the club.
While being interviewed, Jack speaks out about the club breaking the record and soon realizes he has found something to do. The entire thing, plus the new businesswoman in the picture, make Jack realize that he needs to get back in shape. Soon he has a group of Silver Sprinters who leads frequent walks and jogs together. They propose a wall of flowers as the second record break, which will involve all ages so that anyone can take part. They also arrange for a discredited former BBC star to come. His agent deals with a big problem, and the journalist that ruined him the first time appears to be back until he confesses to the malicious activity caught on audio.

A few elderly men and women meet for coffee at Java the Hut coffee shop and find that some of the patrons have been scammed by charity mail, calls, and investment scammers. A new flower shop is about to open next door, and we are suggesting a community event to invite other people and those interested in joining in on Guinness World Record Project. The two haven’t realized it yet, and even though Jack sometimes embarrasses people, he and Emma like each other.

Dating is a common topic among the customers who visit the shop. When a few put their minds together. The coffee shop turns into ‘The Lonely Heart Attack Club.’ The real and friendly community of the Isle of Man becomes cozier each day. J.C Williams shows the readers how the human desire for socializing brings them together in clubs, friendships, and community efforts bringing out the best aspects in people. By feeling the need to assist each other, the residents showed the power of caring and acceptance of people’s weaknesses to make a stronger community held together by common goals

The story is charming, sweet, embarrassingly funny, and sometimes laugh read. Lonely Heart Attack Club is a well-written novel with a lot of humor, hilarious moments. Emma has a soft spot for the Jack, and seeing them grow is sweet.
Be sure to come across lots of laughs and feel-good moments. The author includes up-to-date topics such as financial scams, acting as a warning to those who are vulnerable. It’s a great bool of compassion and people coming together to enrich other people’s lives. Masterfully, the plot weaves around the character’s differences, telling the reader of their deepest desires and their attempts to find success. J.C Williams shows how a disaster becomes a beautiful memorial to a character who gave until they had nothing to give.

The Crafternoon Sewcial Club is a light read about rivalries between town women with a history of dating in school when Charlotte got away with Amelia’s boyfriend against a background of crafting joy. The story I set in the Isle of Man revolves around crafting. It blends in the generations and brings people together. Charlotte is a single mother to Charlie and a passionate crafter, but unfortunately, it doesn’t pay her bills. She decides to volunteer at a nursing home to run a crafting session for the residents. She sets up an afternoon crafting session which turns out successful.

A company agrees to fund a community craft event of knitting squares for charity purposes. When a ‘yummy mummy’ decides to run dirt past Charlotte, she knows this would be the right time to stand up for herself. In a small town, rivalry, friendship, and underhanded tactics come with authenticity. Most characters are ordinary and unique, ranging from the likable but immature ex-husband to the beautiful yet manipulative Amelia. The Crafternoon Sewcial Club is a delightful and gentle story that can easily appeal to any crafter or small townie. However, that doesn’t mean those outside the bracket can’t enjoy the novel.

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2 Responses to “J.C. Williams”

  1. Richard: 3 days ago

    Love them all. Must have read the Frank & Stan series about 4 times and the others nearly as much! When’s the next new book due?

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  2. Jane: 8 months ago

    Hi, just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed the first two books and am about tho start the third. Hoping there are more in the series.
    Jane

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