Avalon Weston was born in London, but brought up her four children in Wales, Bristol and Devon. After a life as a midwife and medical journalist in the UK and abroad she has begun to publish the fictional stories she has always written but, up to now, kept in the cupboard.
A Short Fairytale
A Welsh grandmother tells her grand daughter the story
of Sian who long ago, with great bravery, saved her village
from the Grey Man by journeying to find the Winterwife and
asking for her help.
A story for those of perhaps nine years and older.
Blackberry leads the escape of his band of urban Foxlings from London to a New World in deepest Devon. There is adventure, rescue and friendship. The cooperation of all the creatures of the city, the cats, the rats and the squirrels and even a parakeet is needed to get the young foxes away from the Hunters.
An adventure that began at night, in an English country lane beside a red phone box, leads Annie an English midwife to her dream job in Southern Africa. Gradually though, she realises something is wrong. Mothers and babies are dying when they shouldnot. A plot emerges. Drastic action is required . Annie knows the story began in England and returns for a final confrontation in her own hospital.