Reach for Tomorrow is a heartwarming tale of Rosie Ferry's indomitable spirit and determination to survive no matter what.
Rita Bradshaw was born in Northamptonshire, where she still lives today. At the age of sixteen she met her husband - whom she considers her soulmate - and they have two daughters and a son and three young grandchildren. Much to her delight, Rita's first attempt at a novel was accepted for publication, and she went on to write many more successful novels under a pseudonym before writing for Headline using her own name.As a committed Christian and passionate animal-lover Rita has a full and busy life, but her writing continues to be a consuming pleasure that she never tires of. In any spare moments she loves reading, walking, eating out and visiting the cinema and theatre, as well as being involved in her local church and animal welfare
Praise for Rita Bradshaw: 'Catherine Cookson fans will enjoy
discovering a new author who writes in a similar vein * Home and
If you like gritty, rags-to-riches Northern sagas, you'll enjoy this * Family Circle *
What an emotional rollercoaster ride of a book! It grabs your attention from page one and does not let go until the end * Sunderland Echo *
Displaying an uncanny ability to spin a good yarn * Sunderland Echo *
All published writers have skill and creativity, but a few have more. It's called magic. I'm beginning to believe Bradshaw has it! * Historical Novels Review *