Remember When You Loved Me? by Margaret Holbrook @mgth6

Barbara is missing diary dates, forgetting appointments. Her friends and family are worried. Something’s wrong but no-one wants to think of the ‘D’ word, least of all Barbara.

Remember When You Loved Me?

by Margaret Holbrook 

Available on #Amazon #Kindle #KindleUnlimited #Paperback

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Margaret has received awards for several of her plays, in October 2012, she was a finalist at the Ovation Theatre Awards with her short play, Soup for Starters, receiving an Honourable Mention.
Her short story Pig Man, was shortlisted in the 2015 Cheshire Prize for Literature and is published in Patches of Light, the Cheshire Prize anthology.
Margaret’s poems and short stories have been published in several anthologies and magazines.

Margaret lives in Cheshire where she grew up.
Before writing finally found its way to the fore she worked variously as a sales assistant, bookkeeper and at one point ran her own floristry business.
When she’s not writing Margaret enjoys reading, walking, gardening and visiting bookshops.

She is a member of the SWWJ (Society of Women Writers and Journalists)

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Published by Chat About Books

I'm 44, married to Steve (47), Mum to two (21 & 20) and a Shih Tzu called Bella (11). I'm our Church Treasurer (on a voluntary basis) since July 2014. I started my Book Blog in October 2015. I created Bowen's Book Publicity in June 2020. I love to #sharethebooklove 💕

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