Letter P April A to Z Challenge #AtoZChallenge

Day 16 April A to Z Challenge, my theme is characters from books I’ve read plus some audience participation.

Letter P is for Mrs Parish from Motherlove by Thorne Moore


Motherlove is contemporary fiction and a heart-wrenching tale of three mothers and their love for their children. Mrs Parish haunts a local park everyday searching for any clues which would lead her to find her baby who was snatched twenty-two years ago. She is a shell barely surviving, constantly facing those who accuse her of murdering her baby, even after so many years.

Kelly Sheldon arrives home to find her Mum seriously ill. Roz has always shied away from doctors and authority but now she needs help, diagnosed with Diabetes, she’s damaged her kidneys. The vegetarian diet they eat will help her recovery and Roz still insists on her herbal remedies, but Kelly goes behind her back to have tests to see if she can donate a kidney for a Mother’s survival.

Gillain walks on eggshells around her angry daughter never knowing the right way to deal with her and always feeling guilty about never finding the right time to tell her she is adopted. That is until the evil Joan blabs in yet another bought of hatred towards her family. Grasping for details Vicky digs up news reports from twenty-two years ago which fuel her anger at the world.

As the story unfolds we read of women who were victims of strong emotions surrounding their babies and life experiences which shaped their futures. There’s no right or wrong definition of a mother’s love in the constant flux of life but it still exists.

A very good tale which kept me enthralled until the end.

Find a copy here from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com

For my audience participation I’m asking readers to create book titles using the letter P for the picture below.

A book title and cover picture can often make or break a book sale. Is a book cover eye-catching? Does the book title appeal to the reader?

Have fun creating book titles from my own pictures, you might even think about a genre they could fit.

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Leave your answers in the comments below and I’ll be choosing my favourites.

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26 thoughts on “Letter P April A to Z Challenge #AtoZChallenge

  1. Here are yesterday’s entries for my book title picture; Opulent Travel on the Onyx, A River Odyssey, Open Water Part 2:Canal, Oceans Beckon, Overboard and Out and Going Overboard. Thank you to all the readers who took part.


  2. Sounds like a heart-wrenching story. As for the title Parade of Colour: A Celebration of Autumn (children’s picture book). 🙂


  3. Heartrending with deep, dark intrigue, an impelling read by the sound of it.
    Title: Primeval Waters Run Deep.


  4. That sounds like a really good book. I also love Cathy’s title. My title for today is Placid Lake – a reworking of the film Lake Placid. The author was a bit stuck for original ideas. Bit like me, really! 🙂


  5. Hi Rosie … Mrs Parrish is going through a tough time .. and the three stories give us a fascinating insight into such differing lives – yet the connection is there … “Motherlove” – sounds an excellent book recommendation .. Cheers Hilary


  6. “Perfect Dam Summer”, maybe? Could go mystery, horror, gothic romance or something modern with a conservation twist.


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