I am old-fashioned sort of writer so don't have a twitter account, facebook page or any of the other modern conveniences which so many people these days seem unable to live without. I do, however, have a pencil and a pad, which cost me £1 from my local stationary store and using which I wrote my early short stories and first novel. I then paid someone (that's right, paid them!) to type these up, so that my readers (of which there are very, very few) wouldn't have to wade through my terrible handwriting in order to understand what I was trying to say. However, I now have a scanner, 3 of my books have been converted into digital format, and can be bought or borrowed (or even stolen) from Amazon. Enjoy!
The Fable Thimble: A Tale Of Two Marriages
by J.H. Chamberlain
Vedette, a French woman, is married to Henry, an Englishman. They live in London, her ailing, possessive mother, Paris. What could possibly go wrong?
Categories: All Women's Fiction; Contemporary Fiction
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