An emotional family saga that you won't be able to put down
I grew up in East Yorkshire, spending my time in the sort of rolling countryside featured in David Hockney's more recent works. After acquiring a degree in English Literature from London University I worked in non-fiction publishing. Undertaking a `Starting to Write' course at Arvon's Lumb Bank reminded me how much I had loved to write as a child and so The Mill Valley Girls novels, inspired by and set in the West Yorkshire landscape, were born. Now I live in the unspoilt East Kent countryside, perfect for writing, walking and inspiration.
Praise for Lynne Francis:
`A sweeping historical that reminded me of a young Barbara Taylor Bradford.' Netgalley Reviewer
`Readers who enjoy historical fiction will enjoy reading Ella's Journey.' The Avid Reader
`an extremely good debut novel ... an emotional rollercoaster' Gingerbookgeek
`Another author to add to my to-read list.' Netgalley Reviewer