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"Cooper, whose novel centres on the tragic outcome of a failing long-term relationship, believes the symptoms of the condition, which he calls ‘Seasonal Jealousy Disorder (SJD)’, are “distinctly more pronounced” in the boozy party season."

Do you have seasonal jealousy disorder this Christmas?

I’m very excited to feature heavily in an article in the Daily Mirror today. I’ve had some lovely reviews and articles on some big websites, but this is the first national newspaper to feature Beat The Rain.

“In a strange twist, almost all those prone to jealousy said they rarely experience feelings of insecurity, mistrust and defensiveness at any other time of year [apart from Christmas].

The study was conducted by author Nigel Jay Cooper to mark the publication of his novel Beat The Rain, which hits the shelves this week.

Cooper, whose novel centres on the tragic outcome of a failing long-term relationship, believes the symptoms of the condition, which he calls ‘Seasonal Jealousy Disorder (SJD)’, are “distinctly more pronounced” in the boozy party season.”

Read the full article on the Daily Mirror website.


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