Victoria Rowe currently works as a mental health nurse. She is also a poet, whose writing explores every aspect of a varied and intensely lived life.
Penny Unwin, an innocent young florist, meets Edward Fenton, her employer's slightly older son. She is immediately smitten but is sure she stands no chance with him.
Michael Saunders is a retired consultant neurologist and an Anglican priest, who is convinced that all religions require secular study in a globalized world.
Edward Sawson had arrived in a small village in the Downs some twenty-five years earlier with nothing but the clothes in which he stood.
The mood varies from quirky observational humour to sadness and back. Wherever you are, whatever your mood, there's something here for you to enjoy.
No Coffee for the Architrave is an independent sequel to Two Point Five Cheers for the Library and The Library Always Wins.
A charming tale for young children, with a lesson about safety at sea.
Children will enjoy reading Smudge, and subconsciously learning confidence.
Most of all, have fun with Smudge and Friends.
This novel has the appealing combination of suspense and horror with humour and hilarity.
Oleg is a junior giant who just doesn't fit in with his village. He cries because he is lonely, but this floods the village. There's no getting away from it: Oleg is different.
Follow Antonia on her own journey of troubles and coincidental problems, games of pass the buck and snakes and ladders her and her family have faced, with authorities, society, family and friends.
Sally Rawhey's beautiful collection of poetry takes us on a candid journey through her interpretations of many magical forms of love.