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And… Three Title Changes Later…

Just shy of 4 years and 3 title changes... I'm getting there. #iamwriting

DEFINING MOMENTS TEASER – ADOLESCENCE

Defining Moments - The Truth is Out. A ten-year-old Lisa Grant finds out the truth about why her Father left home when she was six.

DEFINING MOMENTS TEASER – CHILDHOOD

The Universe tends to throw things at you in threes.  Lisa had survived corporal punishment inflicted by her deranged governess, Miss Laverty, coped with the loss of her much-loved nanny, Eileen and was about to be hit by a third devastating blow.

DEFINING MOMENTS TEASER – LISA’S ARRIVAL

NEW LIFE - A short extract from the penultimate edit of Defining Moments a bittersweet coming of (middle) age story about Baby Boomer, Lisa Grant. Lisa's Birth.

DEFINING MOMENTS TEASER – FERGUS

A short extract from the penultimate edit of Defining Moments a bittersweet coming of (middle) age story about Baby Boomer, Lisa Grant, who struggles to sustain a long-term relationship because of the fallout from her dysfunctional childhood. Let me introduce you to her father...

DEFINING MOMENTS TEASER – ELIZABETH

A short extract from the penultimate edit of Defining Moments a bittersweet coming of (middle) age story about Baby Boomer, Lisa Grant, who struggles to sustain a long-term relationship because of the fallout from her dysfunctional childhood. Let me introduce you to her Mother...

Defining Moment 9 – Blame it on the Mother Bite-sized Extract #read #fiction #enjoy #like

'Piglet?' ‘Yes, Pooh.’ ‘I’m off to catch a trout for your supper from the stream in the Hundred Acre Wood.’ ‘I’ll look forward to eating it.  Bye, Pooh… I love you.’ ‘Love you more, Piglet.’  He waved goodbye, blew her a kiss then drove away.

DEFINING MOMENT 8 – LEARNING THE HARD WAY Bite-sized Extract #read #fiction #enjoy #like

Gloucestershire - 1964 One hot summer’s day, the windows of Lisa’s nursery, which also doubled up as a classroom, were flung wide open and the smell of the dusty heat flooded through the window, along with a whiff of karma.  

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