Figs, Vines and Roses

Joy M. Lilley’s first novel ‘Figs, Vines and Roses’ tells a moving tale of love and loss at the turn of the nineteenth century.
In 1888 eight-year-old Issy Merryweather has a comfortable family life in Cobnut Hall, Derby.

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Time’s Pendulum Swings Again

Jenny is working as a nurse when she meets Seb. She is young, living with her mother and has had a strict religious upbringing. Seb is a handsome and successful surgical registrar that Jenny is incapable of resisting his charms eventually falling in love with Seb.

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The Author

Joy M Lilley

When I retired from a long nursing career I had the time to devote to writing. I have just had my first book published as an e-read, it can be found on IBook store, WHSmith Kobo, Gardeners and Amazon Kindle.

It is titled Figs, Vines and Roses and tells a tale of love and loss and the turn of the nineteenth century.

I am a Grandmother [modern of course] have a large family and enjoy the pleasure and sometimes pain that can bring.

The theatre and other art media have always been of great interest to me and I now follow these pursuits regularly.

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Good morning, I'm delighted to tell you that my long awaited novel The Liberty Bodice by Joy M. Lilley has at last been released. You can buy it as an eread on all Amazon sites. Smashwords and for a paperback version on Createspace. It tells the story of Gloria our...

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Recently we had a family get together to clear the overgrowth of two years at the top of our garden. There were the Grand children, the great grandchildren [their parents] our children and a few hangers on. It rained, it poured, so the hill clearing could not occur....

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Good day to you all,I have shortened, revised,made two books into one and added Uncle tom cobley and all. And now I hope to get the item published. To be honest I've had some excellent feedback with useful tips to help get it into a decent semblance of order. Cant...