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BOOKS

At Great Personal Expense: This was the first book published by the author and was sponsored by Marks and Spencer. It takes a humorous and serious look at life. Many of the poems have been broadcast on Radio Merseyside including ‘Aunt Emily’ and ‘A Monday Night After Work. Price £5

A Life with a View: This collection focuses on the four seasons with spring, summer, autumn and winter depicted in poetry. It also touches on the four seasons of our lives and includes poems which have also been published in anthologies such as ‘Quiet Time’ and ‘Halcyon Days.’ Price £5

.ISBN 0 9532434 0 0

With These Words: This is a ‘must’ for all romantics. It is a collection of love poems written from the heart for all lovers out there. It contains ‘Lost Love’ which won the national November ‘Ouse Valley Poetry Competition.’ Price £5

ISBN 0 9532434 1 9.

A Round of Mixed Fortunes: This collection returns to the theme of life and its ups and downs . The poems range from the humorous as in ‘Ode to the White Rabbit’ to the serious with ’The Unexpected Loss.’ Price £5

ISBN 0 9532434 2 7

The Little Book of Christmas: This is a charming book which looks at all aspects of Christmas. Most of the poems have been broadcast on Radio Merseyside. The book also contains festive short stories including chilling ghost stories. A ‘must’ for the festive season. Price £5.

ISBN 0 953243435

The Journey Continues…: This is the author’s latest collection and was inspired by her ground breaking show of the same name. In this narrative collection the author follows the lives of four young people over a period of twenty years through the medium of poetry. Price £6.90

ISBN 978-0-9532434-4-0

Isabel Robey- The Windle Witch: The true story of Isabel Robey from St. Helens, Merseyside who was tried and hanged with the Lancashire Witches in August,1612 .. Also contains a poem and prize winning story. Price ₤3.

ISBN 978-0-9532434-6-4

The White Rabbit of Crank: This is based on a local Lancashire legend which derives from a factual story. It also contains a poem and chilling story which brings the legend to life .Price ₤3.

ISBN 978-0-9532434-7-1

Tales by the Fireside: Four haunting ghost/horror stories guaranteed to scare. From a railway station to a well-loved hotel – ghosts wait everywhere! Price ₤5.50

ISBN 978-0-9532434-8-8

At Great Personal Expense: This was the first book published by the author and was sponsored by Marks and Spencer. It takes a humorous and serious look at life. Many of the poems have been broadcast on Radio Merseyside including ‘Aunt Emily’ and ‘A Monday Night After Work. Price £5

A Life with a View: This collection focuses on the four seasons with spring, summer, autumn and winter depicted in poetry. It also touches on the four seasons of our lives and includes poems which have also been published in anthologies such as ‘Quiet Time’ and ‘Halcyon Days.’ Price £5. ISBN 0 9532434 0 0

 

With These Words: This is a’ must’ for all romantics. It is a collection of love poems written from the heart for all lovers out there. It contains ‘Lost Love’ which won the national November ‘Ouse Valley Poetry Competition .’ Price £5. ISBN 0953243419.

A Round of Mixed Fortunes: This collection returns to the theme of life and its ups and downs. The poems range from the humorous as in ‘Ode to the White Rabbit’ to the serious with ’The Unexpected Loss.’ Price £5. ISBN 0953243427

The Little Book of Christmas: This is a charming book which looks at all aspects of Christmas. Most of the poems have been broadcast on Radio Merseyside. The book also contains festive short stories including chilling ghost stories. A ‘must’ for the festive season. Price £5.. ISBN 0953243435

 

The Journey Continues: This is the author’s latest collection and was inspired by her ground breaking show of the same name. In this narrative collection the author follows the lives of four young people over a period of twenty years through the medium of poetry. Price £6.90. ISBN 978-0-9532434-4-0