Woman on the Edge of Reality

Woman on the Edge of Reality is my first novel and it is available in the following formats:

Paperback Version – from Amazon UK
Paperback Version – from Amazon US
Paperback Version
– direct from the distributors (lulu.com)
eBook for the Amazon Kindle UK
eBook for the Amazon Kindle US
eBook for the Kobo
eBook from the Apple iStore

Woman on the Edge of Reality – Download an excerpt to try.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to change your life or what it might be like if you had chosen a different route?

When life changes unexpectedly you are given such an opportunity, but it is up to us to grasp the challenge and the transformation that becomes possible.

It tells the story of Rosemary who visits Cornwall for just one week in September. During the course of the week she not only discovers a love of picking blackberries but also revisits the reality that is her life and the role she has had in how it has worked out.  In the process the Rosie that has always lain within emerges and she becomes whole once more.

This first novel by Linda Parkinson-Hardman has a delicate touch which lights a path to your own inner reality, giving us all a little more insight into why we do the things we do and what happens when things change, either deliberately or unexpectedly.

6 thoughts on “Woman on the Edge of Reality”

  1. Why thank you very kindly Jennifer – and I hope that you are now well recovered, it’s amazing how much a hysterectomy can actually change your life, or aspects of it that you see differently 🙂

  2. Well have to say the book title describes me at the moment to a “T”. I am since my hysterectomy 7 months ago – A Woman on the Edge of Reality” and how I so wish I could change my life in another direction and take another route to a more stable lifestyle. Sounds like a lovely read over a cuppa 🙂

  3. Although I love my Kindle for its convenience I know just what you mean – all the anticipation that goes with holding a smelling a brand new book 🙂

  4. Can’t wait! It sounds right up my street – I’m missing the far West at the moment and this will keep me going until I can get there. I’m going for the old-fashioned print version – I love a book.

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