Reader Reviews

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 another book, keeps you moving forward.  17th February 2019


Name: Mr A Leach, UK

Format: Kindle Edition


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 husband and I wish you both a long and happy life. 16th October 2018


Name: Alex

Comment: I don’t usually read autobiographies but I was really captured by this one! I particularly enjoyed learning about the authors early life spent in Kenya. The book takes you through a number of life events and situations which are highly relatable, giving you the sense that we all carry similar burdens and triumphs at one point or another. A wonderful read! 13th August 2018

Name: Liz G.

Comment: A well-written, intriguing autobiography about an ordinary woman with an extraordinary life story. I particularly recommend the moving and informative chapters about Alzheimers . Robyn I enjoyed getting to know you and look forward to your next book. 26th July 2018

Name: Jenny

Comment: I enjoyed this book so much that I just had to read it twice! 25th May 2018

Name: Kay Hayes

Comment: This book was so interesting and engaging that I just couldn’t put it down! 31st May 2018