Wendy Daphne Conway lived in Africa for twenty years where she was engaged in various artistic activities, including theatre productions, promoting National Art and Craft exhibitions and writing plays for both African and European audiences. She received a MacMillan award for her play on the life of Sarah Bernhard and critical recognition for numerous theatrical performances. She was also responsible for the inception of 'Children's Television' in The Seychelles. On her return to the UK she founded a club for 'Thinking Women' that has proved very successful and she is at present reviving her interest in writing. Her short stories have received considerable aclaaim.
Wendy has two sons, Simon and Spencer, and now lives in Biddenden, Kent, with her husband Michael
by Wendy Conway
A collection of four short stories with subtle plots written in a literary style that engages the reader throughout placing them in a close relationship with the narrative. One is an observer of a range of emotions, from the desperate to the humorous, that befall the protagonists. Some are trapped into situations they cannot escape, others are destined for a fateful ending.
by Wendy Conway
A collection of short stories in which the main protagonists are women who have suffered or been harmed in some way. The stories are written in a gripping literary style creating deeply memorable characters. The reader is engaged with the narrative from the outset of each story and is involved in intrigue, violence and murder that are the pivotal themes in the disturbing events of real life drama.
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