Local Voices, the captivating sequel to Stories People Tell, unleashes the power of girls and women in building community-based healthcare. Join Annie and her friends as they reinforce the role of women in nurturing healthcare from the hearthside. Together, they defy Health England, a conservative think-tank determined to counter their efforts. Experience the strength of their unity as they prove that women with unwavering determination can achieve miracles. Click below to be inspired by the empowering world of Local Voices.
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Chapter Two - Annie closed her eyes and let the warm water wash over her rinsing away the sulphurous smell, and with it the stain of those vile women’s words and the fear and anxiety they provoked...
Chapter Three - The scene in the main room, decorated as it was with Alice’s rich collection of oil paintings, was one of opulence and apparent tranquility. That wasn’t so surprising. Despite Kevin’s grandmother being absent, off on a trip to the States, her calm, deliberate hand was everywhere...
Stories of people who live far from the spotlight - In an article in The Guardian, George Monbiot urges us to pay attention to “(…) the story of people who live far from (…) the spotlight (..)” Untold stories are a central theme of my latest novel, Local Voices.
Shhhhh! Writing. Local voices.Shhhhh! Writing. New book. Follow-up to Stories People Tell. Annie promoting local voices. Seventy-five chapters so far. Eighty thousand words. Coming soon.
Writing a Sequel to Stories People Tell Of course, I couldn’t resist. I began a sequel to Stories People Tell. It starts in Waterloo Station, in the press of commuters under this clock where an unpleasant surprise is awaiting Annie and her girlfriend Kevin.