Linda Dunscombe is a multi- award winning writer who co-wrote the memoir, Madam, with Becky Adams. She lives in Milton Keynes and is an author and tutor with an MA(Distinction) in TV Scriptwriting from DeMontfort University, Leicester.
Madam won the Brit Awards Non Fiction Book of the year 2012
Follow the lives and dramas of the residents of a brand new housing estate in episodes that take around twenty-five minutes to read. Perfect for your lunch break, short commute, or just to curl up with on the sofa or read in bed.
Victoria works in the show-home and she likes to know what’s going on. She’s nosy, bossy, and caring, with a husband who keeps going AWOL and a teenage daughter she’s struggling to connect with.
Jenny is suffering from post-traumatic stress and the move to the new house in the new city will, according to her husband, Miles, make everything better.
Barry is the building site Foreman who is working to a schedule that keeps being interrupted by the half-naked ladies in apartment two who keep diverting his men away from their work.
Steve severed his spine in a car accident and, fresh from the Spinal Injuries rehab unit, he’s trying to find his place in a world that is now much scarier in a wheelchair than it was when he could walk.
Sonia has a perfect family and a secret life while Belle just wants to keep her children safe and Natasha and Ed are adjusting to life with a new baby who cries all the time.
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There are twenty-five episodes. Each episode takes around 25 minutes to read.
Follow the lives and dramas of the residents of a brand new housing
Perfect for your lunch break, short commute, or just to