A Life Singular (A Life Singular, book 1)

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First in a seven-part serial, "A Life Singular" tells the story of a successful celebrity writing his autobiography. In essence a love story, it deals with mental illness, the choices we make between right and wrong, and how the one affects the other.

Sales proceeds go to two Australian non-profits helping disadvantaged young people further their education.

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About Lorraine Pestell

Lorraine Pestell was born in London and has had a successful career as an Information Technology professional in the UK, US, Europe, Singapore, and more recently Australia. Lorraine currently resides in country Victoria, with her rescued Belgian Malinois, Nikki,

Although still working full-time, Lorraine is a passionate volunteer for several organisations, including serving on arts organisation Boards, being a mentor for The Smith Family's iTrack program and providing project management assistance to The School Volunteer Program. She finds that volunteering time and energy to those less fortunate is an effective antidote to life-long depression and the symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

The idea for "A Life Singular" originated when Lorraine was 14 years old, and the story has continued to develop in fits and starts since then, whenever time and life events permitted. However, three years ago, a new element of the plot triggered a sudden urge to complete the novel, and since then the story has evolved into a six-part contemporary fiction serial.

Sales proceeds of "A Life Singular" go to The Smith Family (http://www.thesmithfamily.com.au) and the School Volunteer Program (http://www.svp.org.au).

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About the Series: A Life Singular
A contemporary fiction novel serial in six parts, "A Life Singular" tells the story of a successful celebrity writing his autobiography after the tragic loss of his wife.

The serial's themes are triumph over mental illness, the choice between right and wrong, and how one effects the other.

Sales proceeds go to two Australian non-profits helping disadvantaged young people further their education.

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