I Did Write What I Know

I Did Write What I Know

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by Maureen Reil
     
 

Wendy Williams has one dream left and that's to become an author. Every other aspect of her life is in tatters and out of her control. So Wendy thinks that if she can get this right, then everything else will simply fall into place. Only, It doesn't help when she's forced to move back in with her father (who hates her) and convincing her husband (who seems to hate

Overview

Wendy Williams has one dream left and that's to become an author. Every other aspect of her life is in tatters and out of her control. So Wendy thinks that if she can get this right, then everything else will simply fall into place. Only, It doesn't help when she's forced to move back in with her father (who hates her) and convincing her husband (who seems to hate her too) that writing is a 'proper job', whilst trying to do her best for her son (who also hates her). But there are secrets and lies that lurk in the past and present, which can tear her world apart if she can't get a grip on reality long enough to sort it all out. And she can do this, can't she? This is a comedy of manners and not all of them, good!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033098439
Publisher:
Maureen Reil
Publication date:
03/08/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
436 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Maureen Reil was born in Liverpool, England but lives in Lancashire in the North West of Great Britain. She is a married writer, they have three sons and a dog but all of them refuse to read her work if it is called Chick-Lit. Even the pooch tries to leave the room whenever she reads aloud but since the mutt has not mastered the door handle yet then he has to stay and listen so he gets a big doggie treat for his endurance. She writes her comedy romance novels in a ‘chatty’ conversational style and loves a good ‘happily-ever-after’ whether it is fiction or film. When the author is not writing books, she enjoys reading books (other peoples that is and not her own because that would be weird. Actually, strike that because it sounds like she steals them but she meant other authors). Anyway, moving on, she qualified in interior design and has a thing for beautiful gardens (not that you would know this judging by the state of her own home nowadays so blame it on the bad health rather than laziness). For Maureen Reil is currently working hard on another project which she hopes to bring to publication soon (since she is far too busy to do the weeding and besides, she prefers to call them wild-flowers which are good for the environment as they encourage the wildlife). She writes day in and day out whilst having fun with it after making a commitment to her readers that Maureen Reil will try her best to make them smile, if not laugh-out-loud at her funny but loveable characters and their comical antics as hilarity ensues while they root for the main gal to get her goal so happy reading.

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I Did Write What I Know 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
stickyreader More than 1 year ago
As with other free books, this one was in dire need of better editing. Sometimes the lack of editing was jarring, other times, funny. The story was interesting, not always predictable, altogether a decent read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago