Guest Blogger - Ann Stanmore

Iam pleased to host Ann Stanmore, one of the delightful writers from Red River Writers Blog Tour. I’ll let Ann tell you a little bit about herself, because she can tell it so much better than I.

I retired from my job as a buyer for smart cards two years ago after staying an extra two years. I am now 69. I am a fun loving person and my book reflects that. It was written with the hope of brightening someone’s day. I have thoroughly enjoyed writing my first book and have in fact started on a second.

I am a firm believer that every cloud may not have a silver lining but certainly has a funny side.

I have always loved books and stories and used to make up my own stories to tell my children at bedtime, something my parents did for me and that inspired my love of reading and now writing.

I lead a busy life as apart from my writing, I am a Tree Warden for the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, I am also secretary of the Social Club where I live, and also help at a teenage group for youngsters who would otherwise be roaming the streets.

Ann's book is "Well It Was Fun" available at: http://www.booksbyann.co.uk/

Comments

Barbie said…
I have read this delightful book of Ann's it certainly takes one back over childhood years...the love for her parents and the fun she had with them shines through , i also love the little poetry verses that lead you through the chapters.

I had many chuckles through this read,and i am longing to read Ann's next book.....BARBIE SMITH

Everyone should have this treasure on their bookshelf
Barbie said…
I have read this delightful book of Ann's it certainly takes one back over childhood years...the love for her parents and the fun she had with them shines through , i also love the little poetry verses that lead you through the chapters.

I had many chuckles through this read,and i am longing to read Ann's next book.....BARBIE SMITH

Everyone should have this treasure on their bookshelf
Helen said…
Ann is a lovely lady with a vast amount of wonderful stories to recount about her childhood. Her book is so much fun, a really enjoyable read that will put a smile on your face. I thoroughly recommend it to anyone who wants a peek inside a child’s memories of growing up in a loving family. Can’t wait for her next book.
Lynn said…
This is a book that you just can't put down. Every chapter is a joy to read, and the lines of verse at the beginning of each chapter give a little insight as to the delights that await you.
Like everyone else who has read Ann's book - I can't wait for the next one.
Christine Husom said…
Sounds like a touching read and nice interview!

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