Today my guest on the blog is author Jean Fullerton, keep an eye out for more of Jean’s books as she will be appearing in my AtoZ Challenge during April. here are Jean’s replies to the guest author questions;
1) Tell me your name. Jean Fullerton
2) Where do you live? London England
3) When did you start writing? Eleven years ago.
4) What type of books do you like writing the most?
I write historical romances set in East London’s Whitechapel area- Jack the Ripper Country with feisty heroines and heart-stopping heroes.
5)Pass on 3 tips about writing or publishing;
1 Write the stories you love
2 Learn your craft.
3 Stick at it.
Lee Child’s “Die trying” 12 out of ten. Fabulous!
Call Nurse Millie starts in 1945 as the troops begin to return home and the inhabitants of London attempt to put their lives back together. For 25-year-old Millie, a qualified nurse and midwife, the jubilation at the end of the war is short-lived as she tends to the needs of the East End community around her. But while Millie witnesses tragedy and brutality in her job, she also finds strength and kindness. And when misfortune befalls her own family, it is the enduring spirit of the community that shows Millie that even the toughest of circumstances can be overcome.
Through Millie’s eyes, we see the harsh realities and unexpected joys in the lives of the patients she treats, as well as the camaraderie that is forged with the fellow nurses that she lives with. Filled with unforgettable characters and moving personal stories, this vividly brings to life the colourful world of a post-war East London.