Zoe Ainsworth –Grigg, is retired from a Government Department. With a background in the Humanities, she holds a Diploma in Psychology from Birkbeck University. She is an agnostic Quaker . She now raises funds on a voluntary basis for www.purplefieldproductions.org. She owns two cats, Poppy and Millie. Her website is www.zoeainsworthgriggbooks.com
Charlotte has an unwanted pregnancy through no fault of her own and loses the love of her life. She turns to the Quakers for solace and finds that they help her to adjust. She finds a new romance there but can she be happy after all that has happened to her and can she forget Jack the love of her life. Read this story to find out what happens next.
Can we build a new persona in another region of the world? Follow the fortunes of one woman as she tries to rebuild her life and bury the past. she encounters a person who is damaged beyond repair and murder ensues. A psychological drama. Would you like to change the ending? Let me know.
Part of Miss Flimp Series of books, this book contains lots of interesting details and photographs of life in a stately home in the 19th Century. The photos of period costume and descriptions of how children were seen and not heard but influenced by servants, is part of the books charm. The book also contains a link to a review of antique dolls.The book is a fascinating glimpse of times gone by.
Newquay Zoo is host to Fishing Cats. This breed of Bengal cats is a threatened species. Its feature is that it likes water. Read about one kitten's adventures when it escapes.The book contains a youtube link to a cat swimming.
Miss Flimp is an old doll. This children’s book shows her life from 1920 to 1980. Within it is the history of fashion. There are several black and white costume illustrations, illustrated by a well known artist and art teacher. If you love dancing, you will enjoy this. There is a touching storyline which might be anyone’s life history that has lived through the 20th Century.