Some Recent Reviews from people who have read the Kindle edition.

1)  Aitch says :

Thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Well written, and obviously a great deal of research had been done. Gives an idea of what could have happened when Romans were in Anglesey.

2) Brenda Smith says:

A very enjoyable, well written book. It gives the reader a rare insight into the lives of people on Anglesey in Celtic/Roman times. It is very descriptive and draws the reader in to the complexities of the different characters. Excellent!!

3) Claire Grant says:

A beautifully written tale. It’s rare to come across a novel so well crafted. Thoroughly gripping!

4) Joy Judd says :

It is holiday time and I have finally been able to absorb myself in your marvelous book! Excellent… except now I am sad that I’ve read the last page.

I am working as librarian in Al Khor, Qatar at a school where Lisa is the director, English Modern School. Don’t remember if you already know this.

It would be so great to put your book on the shelves of the library, but, I guess, that is impossible with it being an e-book. We are hoping to introduce e-books eventually. Maybe then, it will be accessible to our students.

It is such a fantastic read and perfect for our young adult students who need to have some historical fiction on their book logs.

Thank you for putting so much time and energy into your project and giving us such a great glimpse of our beloved ancient Mon.

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About margaretgrantauthor

After Drama school in London, where she won the best actress award, the year following Helen Mirren, Margaret chose to make drama teaching her career and wrote many customized plays for her comprehensive school pupils. But rural life beckoned and she and her husband decided to bring up their young family on the island of Anglesey in North Wales. It was during her years there, living on the beautiful mountain of Mynydd Llwydiarth, that she became fascinated by its Druid past and began the research for her first novel, which she planned to write whenever time would afford. She returned to teaching in the 1980’s but this time to a primary school, where she enjoyed writing stories for morning assembly and creating dance dramas. Since her days in teaching she has enjoyed work researching the lives of the elderly and has been involved in a variety of voluntary work. This has included Reiki healing, which has given her rich insights into the work of a healer and empathy with the main character in her first novel, ‘Where Rowans Intertwine.’ Following a move to Sheffield, she concentrated on renovating an old farm worker’s cottage and writing the much-awaited novel. She won a local writing competition for BBC Radio Sheffield: ‘My Journey to Faith - How I became a Bahá’í’ - a humble accolade, but encouraging. The first novel is complete and soon to be published on Kindle, but the second one is brewing. Recently retired to Lincolnshire, she now has the freedom to make writing more of a career.
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2 Responses to Some Recent Reviews from people who have read the Kindle edition.

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  2. joybehi says:

    Great to have this photo of the Round houses for your ‘book signing’. Wish I could be there in person. So proud of you!

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