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Born and educated in WATFORD, the author has spent fifty plus years in and around the area. In 2000 she and her second husband moved to NORTH WALES but in 2006,due to his ill health, they moved south again, this time settling down to semi-rural retirement in a village close to DOVER in KENT.
Most of her writing is concentrated on adult fiction, her children’s stories influenced by the imagination and observations of her many grandchildren, some quite amusing but always candid, as befits a child.
Jotted down and filed away, they’ve accumulated over the years and, not wanting to lose the memories, she decided to put them together as a collection, the idea of publication spurring her on.
With illustrations created by her grandson CHARLIE SMITH, who is presently at college studying media and all it’s aspects, she feels her work is complete.
It is hoped that people young and old will relate to the make believe tales, a little of the child ever present in us all.
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The Forgotten Clown
by Pamela Choules
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-84944-070-7
Paperback RRP: £6.99
UKBookland Price : £6.49 including FREE Standard UK Delivery - available here.
As with most fiction, there is an element of truth threaded through, and theses stories are no exception. Each tale in this collection is a reflection of everyday happenings, influenced by the imaginative reasoning of the many grandchildren of the author. Not wanting the memories to be lost, she has recorded them to appeal to the inquisitive mind of the younger child, the tales and illustrations to be enjoyed by both the reader and listener. Each of the fourteen stories has a smattering of truth, with an element of child-like exaggeration, a must in the world of the under-fives. The illustrations, created by one of the author's grandsons, have been deliberately left in black and white to emphasise the simplicity of each tale.
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