Fiction Books was chosen as a suitable review site for this stunning new psychological thriller, by its independent and fiercely patriotic small publisher, Honno Press.
The author of Motherlove, Thorne Moore, has been kind enough to chat with me direct and has put together a unique and interesting guest post, which I shall be sharing to coincide with the release date for Motherlove, 19th February 2015, so I do hope that you will make a date in your diary to stop by and check it out!
Heather is horrified to be pregnant again.
Gillian is desperate to adopt.
Lindy is terrified her baby will be taken from her.
In the midst of all this longing and pain, a child disappears.
Two babies – Now
Vicky finds out she’s not who she thought she was.
Kelly loves her mother. Wanting to help her, she innocently reveals deeply buried secrets.
One desperate woman
Every day a woman goes to a park, still trying to understand an event 22 years earlier that tore her life apart.
But all these stories are connected. Can one of them learn the truth without tearing apart the lives of everyone else?
Thorne grew up in Luton, in a very politically aware family (i.e. left-wing) and was firmly advised to study law. This would have implied a career in law, so since she intended to be a writer, not a lawyer, she read history at Aberystwyth university instead.
Much much later, and far more impressively, with much blood, sweat and tears, she gained her law degree from the Open University, when it was far too late to be tempted to put it to any use.
Thorne worked in a busy reference library for some years, then moved to West Wales to set up a restaurant with her sister and now lives just outside a North Pembrokeshire village, where she runs a craft business and occasionally teaches family history – but mostly writes.
If I want to write, I write. So just do it. If you think that making time for writing is a problem, just wait until you finish a book, and find a great aching desert of emptiness stretching before you.
…Mailbox Monday is a gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house during the last week. Be warned that Mailbox Monday can lead to envy toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists.
Mailbox Monday now has a permanent home, where links may be added each week. So why not stop by, leave a link to your own Mailbox Monday post, oh! and don’t forget to leave a comment for our three new joint administrators, after all, we all like to receive them … ‘Mailbox Monday’
Leslie of ‘Under My Apple Tree’
Serena of ‘Savvy Verse & Wit’
Vicki of ‘I’d Rather Be At The Beach’
This is a great way to plan out your reading week and see what others are currently reading as well… you never know where that next “must read” book will come from!