A story that will stay with you long after you've read the last page.
New York, New York (PRWEB) July 10, 2015
In "The Box House", author Brigid Marlin tells the story of Cassie, a young girl she met more than fifty years ago in a small English town. Although badly neglected and abused by her mother, Cassie is a strong and courageous child who is determined to make a proper home for her younger siblings. The box house referenced in the title is literally that — a house made of cardboard boxes. It's a place where Cassie and her siblings could find comfort and refuge from their real lives, if only for a few hours at a time. "The Box House" is a story told through Cassie's eyes and voice, and will bring tears and smiles to readers as they experience both her pain and courage.
"The Box House" was published by Boissevain Books with Infinity Publishing and is available on Amazon.com in both print and ebook formats. http://amzn.com/B010U2ZNHC
About the Author
"The Box House" is Brigid Marlin's third book. She previously authored "A Meaning for Danny" (Infinity Publishing/Boissevain Books 2012), recounting her son's struggle with Aspergers, and "From East to West: Awakening to a Spiritual Search" (1989 Fount). Brigid has also illustrated a number of books including "King Oberon's Forest" written by her mother, Hilda van Stockum, the famed children's book author and artist. Brigid, who resides in England, is known primarily as an artist whose work is in the National Portrait Gallery in London and in museums and collections throughout the world. She is the Founder and Director of the Society for Art of Imagination.