E.S. Parkinson

Biography

E.S. Parkinson is a writer and historian interested in and inspired by the lives of “ordinary” people. She has worked as a social historian and as a midwife, and these roles impact on everything she writes, in direct and indirect ways. She is fascinated by people’s stories; their ways of making sense of their world and their ways of getting through. She likes cricket, tea, and old books about cooking and housecraft. She lives in Nottingham, United Kingdom with her partner and teenage children.

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Books

Somethin' Else
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 50,960. Language: English. Published: February 27, 2012 by Vagabondage Press LLC. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Gay & Lesbian
Set on the cusp of the ’60s, when everything seemed grey and staying put felt as scary as getting out, SOMETHIN' ELSE is Jim’s story — a working-class lad grimly determined to get to university, but dreaming of nights on the town and the promise of rock and roll. Feeling trapped in the post-war housing development, work, school, and the girlfriend he can’t quite manage to fall in love with.

E.S. Parkinson’s tag cloud

1960s    coming of age    eddie cochran    glbt    glbtq    historical fiction    lgbt    new adult    queer teen    rock and roll    teen    young adult