A New Review

Name: Nikki I loved reading this autobiography which I am sure was quite painful to write – if cathartic. As we all move towards ‘older age’ the piece about Alzheimer’s can feel rather unsettling. Luckily it was not a choice I had to make with elderly parents. I hope your next ‘choice’ – to write…

Literary Agents

Spent most of the day putting a proposal together to send to a Literary Agent, and they were very helpful with advice when asked.  However, the message was thanks but no thanks.  Trying not to be too despondent as they don’t give a reason why?   It would be useful to new authors to find out…

Living with the Consequences

At last I have got to grips with the overall concept of my follow-on book – this time I will be looking in more depth at the daily consequences those decisions I took had on my health, well-being, and daily living. Not sure how easy this will be, but the first few chapters are starting…

Update on follow-up book

With all good intentions I have found it difficult to get started with my second book.  I am sure many authors reach that same impasse after the initial enthusiasm and flush from getting their first book published. Those ideas that kept floating into my head on a daily basis have turned to uncertainty and  I…

New Review

Mr A Leach – 1 November 2018 Format: Kindle Edition An interesting and informative first book focusing on an ordinary lady who has had some extraordinary experiences. I particularly liked the ‘chatty’ feel of the narrative and – as if just sitting down for a coffee and reminiscing with this lady. The honest account allows…

New Review

Name: Corinne from Banbury, UK Comment: I read your book twice and couldn’t believe that I found you were not having a life like our family, you must have a very strong constitution to overcome everything that was “thrown” at you, but I do admire the way you overcome everything with the love of your loving…