Monthly Archives: June 2014

Another Spring

Another Spring is an eclectic collection of sometimes heart-warming, sometimes poignant, unashamedly emotional tales. Two are slightly altered, borrowed chapters from my full length novels Convergence and Forebears, one is a taste of my upcoming novel The One of Us … Continue reading

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Not so Rosie

I wrote last time about sentimental perceptions of golden childhood; of happy carefree days, the sort of childhood we would wish for every child. But as I said, sadly, in the real world, many children are not so lucky. I … Continue reading

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You know the old adage about schooldays (and childhood in general) don’t you? They’re the best days of our lives. Really? Really?  That’s a silly, sweeping statement. Of course, thankfully, most children are fortunate enough to be born into happy … Continue reading

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