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Joan Fallon was born in Dumfries, in Scotland, the only child of a Scottish mother and an Irish father, but spent most of her formative life in the south of England. Teacher, management trainer and business woman, she moved to Spain at the beginning of the new millennium and became a writer.
To date she has written five novels aimed at the women’s commercial fiction market: “Spanish Lavender”, “Loving Harry”, “The House on the Beach”, "The Only Blue Door" and "Santiago Tales". A natural storyteller, her novels, almost invariably, centre on a strong female character and explore the emotions and relationships of her protagonist. Many of her books are set in periods of recent history, such as the Spanish Civil War and the Second World War, and are meticulously researched.
Joan has also written “Daughters of Spain”, a non-fiction book based on authentic interviews with a number of Spanish women of all ages and from all walks of life; this was published by Pegasus Elliot MacKenzie in 2009.