I was born in London, England… it doesn’t really matter when. My eclectic background includes British, Italian, Canadian, and Mexican influences, which together have produced a kaleidoscope of ideas, expressions, and traditions that I believe has enriched my thinking and writing. I have accumulated several unpublished manuscripts, shorts stories, essays, and countless poems, and for a year and a half, I contributed freelance stories for the daily newspaper, ‘El Sol de Toluca’, in the state of México. My column, “Introspección Femenina”, (Feminine Introspection), covered a wide range of everyday topics from women’s health issues, new-age innovations, environmental concerns, to recognising the works of local artists and authors.

          My first book, “Una Razón Para Vivir”, (A Reason To Live), was self-published in Mexico. I wrote it to share my emotions and experience after my 17-year-old son committed suicide. Subsequently, I became a public speaker and advocate, focusing attention on the urgency of recognising and preventing the increase of adolescent suicides. The English language e-Book version is presently under reconstruction. Please contact me if you would like a copy of the physical book in Spanish.

          It took me near five years to write “The Doves of Castle Dunbrair”. Would I have taken on this challenge if early on someone had told me that it would take that long? Yes, I would have…because this story had long been in my mind and had haunted me until I finally put pen to page… or, in today’s world, fingers to keyboard.

          I hope you will enjoy this story of past-life memories and time-travel that affirms the existence of soulmates and the everlasting power of love.

“The Doves of Castle Dunbrair”

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