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DEFINING MOMENTS TEASER – QUADRAGENARIAN

Extract from Defining Moments... the morning after the night of Lisa Grant's fortieth birthday.

DEFINING MOMENTS TEASER – WOMANHOOD

Lisa falls into bed with Jack Wilde during the early hours of the morning after her twenty-first birthday party. There is no doubt in his mind how much he loves her, but for Lisa, it will take a little longer to realise how much she cares about him.

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 – 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 MOMENT 7 – NEW LIFE Bite-sized Extract #read #fiction #enjoy #like

Lonely, bittersweet women's fiction novel seeks sympathetic agent with GSOH to share the roller-coaster ride towards getting published. October 1959 -  The birth of our main protagonist, Lisa Grant.

DEFINING MOMENT 6 – LIVING A LIE Bite-sized Extract #read #fiction #enjoy #like

From Defining Moments a novel, seeking an agent by Tessa Barrie. After only a few weeks of married life, the rift between Fergus and Elizabeth is growing on a daily basis and Fergus finds himself at breaking point.

DEFINING MOMENT 5 – LADY OF THE MANOR Bite-sized Extract #read #fiction #enjoy #like

Elizabeth has ensnared Fergus and they start their married life together at the run-down family pile, Silkwoods in Gloucestershire.

DEFINING MOMENT 3 – FERGUS Bite-sized Extract #read #fiction #enjoy #like

Fellow members of the equally ecstatic audience leaving the theatre behind him applauded when his feet touched the ground.  He laughed, turned for a few seconds, bowed to the assembled crowd then bounded off in the direction of Shaftesbury Avenue singing, ‘Just you wait, ‘enry ‘iggins, just you wait!’

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