I’ve had some great pre-publication feedback on ‘A Way of Knowing’, so it’s out today on Kindle, just in time for the equinox (I’ve always believed the equinoxes and solstices are very propitious times).
Like ‘The Swan Widow’, it’s a story with a strong and independent main character who’s a woman in her sixties (I hesitate to say “love story”, but one reviewer has called it “a fascinating and unusual love story, and a story about the nature of love and of identity”, so I won’t argue!). It has a dark side too, and deals with uncomfortable topics.
The paperback version will be available within the next few weeks. Thanks, as ever, to the people who helped me get to this point: Helen Baggott, Helen Sedgwick, Linda White, Jessica Bell, Leigh Anne Aston. Couldn’t do it without you, ladies!
By Fiona Cameron
Former journalist, PR consultant and fiction writer, cat- and dog-owner, currently living in beautiful Galloway, SW of Scotland. Passionately concerned about my country's environment, animal rights and freedom of expression for all authors & artists.
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