Jean Hendy-Harris

Biography

I grew up in England and spent a number of years in London before moving to New Zealand where I became a doctor's wife and brought up three children. I moved from being an office worker to free lance writing during my twenties and at that time wrote short stories for women's magazines and articles on child care and early learning. After educating my children for ten years I wrote a home schooling memoir (PUTTING THE JOY BACK INTO EGYPT - Hodder & Stoughton) I have also written several literature themed books for teachers (Ashton Scholastic) and a variety of texts and articles on education. I am a newcomer to Smashwords.

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Books

Chalk Pits & Cherry Stones
By Jean Hendy-Harris
Price: Free! Words: 63,510. Language: English. Published: May 28, 2013. Category: Nonfiction
(5.00 from 5 reviews)
This is a memoir about growing up in an industrialized riverside area of North Kent in the nineteen forties and fifties. It was a time of food rationing and shortages, air raid warnings and Doodlebugs, cheerful poverty and overcrowding where of necessity the local chalk pits and bomb sites became familiar playgrounds.
Deceived By Faith
By Jean Hendy-Harris
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 98,380. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2013. Category: Fiction
Bernadette had tried for forty years to forget the wrongs done to her younger more naive self but when a chance encounter with the past emerges via the internet, the temptation for revenge becomes too great to resist.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jean Hendy-Harris

  • Life's Labyrinth: The Path And The Purpose on June 01, 2013
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    Jennifer Barraclough shows an unusual awareness for her subject in this book and skillfully weaves the reminiscences, recollections and reports from her interviewees together. Life’s ultimate purpose is an absorbing topic for many of us but it would not be the easiest one to interview or write about. The group of individuals whose experiences are central to the book differ delightfully one from another, some of the ESP and dream experiences being particularly intriguing. All the incidents chronicled here are combined in a way that leaves the reader eager to turn the page.
  • Persons not Diseases: A Guide to Mind-Body-Spirit Medicine and Holistic Healing on Aug. 15, 2013
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    A wonderfully refreshing look at humankind and how the disease process affects us all. I was entranced by Joanna's story. I found myself agreeing wholeheartedly with all that Jennifer has to say about how we eat, and what we eat. A most worthwhile read.