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The Guernsey Novels by Anne Allen Reviews: ‘Atmospheric, gently paced and full of mystery and romance’ ‘A dazzle of a book, a perfect holiday read.’ ‘A compelling read’ ‘A powerful family drama packed full of mystery and intrigue’ Available from Amazon
Belgium 1917. A military hospital in Poperinge where
Sister Helen Chalmers strives to save battle-injured soldiers.
I’m novelist and poet, Christine Stovell. My novels are published by independent publisher Choc Lit, but I also write short fiction and feature articles. I’ve also had work published by Honno Welsh Women’s Press and was the winner of the Honno ‘One Sentence, Coming of Age’ competition. I write poetry, too, and my work was featured as Honno’s Poem of the Month in March last year. I’m a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and Literature Wales.
I joke that my writing journey’s taken me from chocolate to Choc Lit since it was winning a tin of chocolate in a national essay competition at primary school that inspired me to become a writer! After graduating from UEA, I took various jobs in the public sector writing research papers and policy notes but losing my dad to cancer made me realise that if I was ever going to get a novel published I had to put my writing first.
Setting off, with my husband, from a sleepy seaside resort on the east coast in a vintage wooden boat to sail halfway round Britain provided the inspiration for my debut novel 'Turning the Tide'. I live on the beautiful west Wales coast where long-distance running helps me plan my plots. Half marathons, like novels, both begin with small steps.