At various intervals during the last five years, I celebrated reaching ‘The End’ but every time I realised, after all that deluded carousing, that writing a novel is so more than just telling a story.
News coming soon…
In the meantime, here is an outtake for your delectation.
JUST SAY IT!
COVERS THE FIRST FORTY-TWO YEARS OF ONE WOMAN’S LIFE
Outsiders could be forgiven for believing Lisa Grant had a privileged upbringing, but in reality things were very different.
Unwittingly taking the knock- on effects of her dysfunctional childhood into adult life, she finds it impossible to commit to a long-term relationship.
Although enjoying a successful career as a workaholic journalist, turning forty, she finds herself broke and alone, believing her ovaries are shrivelled prunes.
In order to avoid a midlife crises, she addressed the root of all her problems – her narcissist mother, Elizabeth.