Turning Points

Turning Points cover illustration. Copyright 2015 Pauline Crouch

Turning Points is an historical novel which begins in the mid 1940s and continues through to the late 1950s.

It is available as an ebook from Amazon and Smashwords.

Here is a brief taster of the storyline:

The perfect life is out there, waiting for you to live it…

Bronwyn Bowen had been an inspiring woman: a talented teacher, a gifted artist, an exceptional piano player and a hardworking business woman. Carys thought she was the perfect mother too; she admired and loved her and wanted to be just like her when she grew up.

But when Bronwyn dies, 10-year-old Carys’ father Gareth sends her away to live with her aunt. It has always been obvious to Carys that she isn’t as good as her mother and now her beloved father is proving she’s right by not letting her stay at home and look after him.

And the dreams don’t help.

Growing up in rural 1940s Wales, Carys has a lot to learn about life, love and what’s really important.

Leaving Wales for an exciting life in London, Carys hopes she can prove that she’s good enough…

Doorsteps & Dreams

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Doorsteps & Dreams cover illustration. Copyright 2015 Pauline Crouch.

Doorsteps & Dreams is the sequel to Turning Points,. It begins in late 1958 and ends in 1963.

It is available as an ebook from Amazon and Smashwords

Here is a brief taster of the storyline:

Perhaps it’s time to stop running away…

Carrie is married at last, but all is not perfect: Her old-fashioned husband isn’t keen on the idea of his new wife having a job, even if it makes her happy.

Life in London seems far from home to Carrie too, and she’s keen to move back to Wales and build on her renewed relationship with her dad. Finally an opportunity arises to return to her beloved Wales.

But Carrie, longing to become a mother, finds that fate stands firmly in her way. And then tragedy strikes…

Go to my links page for a one click link to Turning Points, Doorsteps & Dreams and my other books.

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