Turning Points

When her mother dies, 10-year-old Carys Bowen's father sends her to live with her aunt proving, in Carys' mind, that she isn't good enough. Auntie Mary suspects that Carys' dad was 'fooling around' while his wife was dying. The story follows Carys' life from 1944 to 1958, through her transition from child to young woman and her job as a nanny. Will Carys be able to put the past behind her? More

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Words: 99,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311135100
About Sian Turner

I was born in South Wales, but moved to East Sussex with my family when still a toddler.

My early career was in finance, administration and human resources. Then I worked as a secondary school teaching assistant for three very rewarding yet challenging years. I began writing fiction a few years ago and am a member of Shorelink Writers.

'Turning Points', (set in the 1940s and 50s) was my debut novel, and has a sequel, entitled 'Doorsteps & Dreams' (taking the story into the 1960s).

My third novel, 'Splitting Infinities', is a contemporary novel with a bit of a psychological twist. I am now working on my fourth novel.

Cat-lovers should read 'Bitty Kitty Wibby: A Collection of Cat Tales' (mostly because 50% of profits will go to RSPCA Bluebell Ridge Cat re-homing centre in Hastings, who are a self-funded centre always grateful for donations to help them keep running).

I would be extremely grateful for any positive reviews and ratings for my books. Thank you!

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