Susie's latest book completes her autobiographical trilogy. This volume covers the period from her birth to the move to Larch Cottage. It precedes 'From Goats to a Garden' and 'Our Small Stone Cottage in France'. This 5 Star review is on amazon.ca :-
"I am amazed at the amount of detail Susie Williams remembers of her early life. She tells interesting and amusing anecdotes of school, clothes, family, and friends. Although she says she didn't have a great relationship with her mother, she was able to remember some positive things and good times. As well, she gives us details about her Aunties and Uncles (most not related to her) such as what they looked like, and where and how they lived, giving a good picture of Britain in the 1940s to 1960s. Because Susie was adopted, there was a question in her mind about whether her "real" family was her birth family or her adoptive family. It was interesting to read to the end and find out the conclusion she finally reached. The book is well-written and includes lots of photos that make it like browsing through an old family album."
Susie is a retired teacher, though her very varied life has encompassed smallholding, particularly goat keeping, bringing up her family, travel and creating a beautiful garden which for many years was part of the National Gardens Scheme. She has a keen interest in ancestry which stimulated the writing of her second book. Susie lives in Southern England during the winter months and in the Pays de La Loire region of France for the summer.
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All Susie's books are available in Kindle format from Amazon Kindle Books. They are also available as paperbacks from Amazon books and other booksellers.
(The Twisted Rope is available for Kindle only)
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