UNITED KINGDOM (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
Author Rosie Drum ends her engaging memoir with the blasting line, “So life would appear to be more on an even keel, but I am certain there will be more developments just around the corner.” The Simple Life? is a candid portrayal of what she has been through from her younger years onward which generally takes readers into her life as she journeys through it from 1960s Scotland.
In this riveting memoir, Drum recounts memories of the different phases of her life from early years to her teenage years to her married life. She also shares about her family relationships and young family life, numerous exploits and adventures in Scotland, trials and obstacles, jobs, and many events that help her look and understand more about her existence – this is an expedition that takes her to her dreams. This book provides inspiration to readers as it vividly details the different realities of life – as well as its complexities.
The Simple Life? Is wittingly woven to share a memorable life’s journey to everyone—a wonderful book that will inspire readers about life and give them a better understanding about the essence of living.
This book will be featured at the 2012 London Book Fair in London, England, on April 16-18, 2012.
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About the Author
‘The Simple Life’ is Rosie Drum’s first novel and was written because, like so many other people, her friends persisted in telling her that she should write a book. With the immense encouragement of a particular friend, she actually did so and hopes this will inspire other women to do the same.
Drum has a keen sense of observation and written numerous short stories. She has the ability to see the funny side of the direst situations and is able to remain objective even when her own life is in turmoil. Drum lives in Scotland with her husband and has two daughters.
The Simple Life? * by Rosie Drum
A candid account of Rosie Drum’s life from 1960s Scotland.
Publication Date: October 7, 2011
Trade Paperback; £9.99; 254 pages; 978-1-4628-9295-2
Trade Hardback; £18.99; 254pages; 978-1-4628-9294-5
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