Dulcie Ballantyne knows that creative writers’ groups attract an unlikely bunch of people, so when she starts up Hidden Talents, she is well prepared for the assortment of people she is bringing together. But what they all have in common is a need to escape, as well as a desire to keep their lives as private as possible - even Dulcie, who at the age of 63 has been having an affair with a married man for three years. As they grow more confident in their writing skills, friendships develop and gradually they come to realise that a little openness isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
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Collection of Writers
Highly. it provides an entralling insight into diverse characters with a common interest. The book relates how their different lives intertwine providing instances of humour, sadness, trauma, bereavement and romance and how they come together to provide a cohesive support network.
The descriptions of people's characters and how they all veiwed each other and came to know and support each other.
I had not listened to any of her other performances but her voice is clear and easy to listen to I would chose a book narrated by anne Dover
Lets get together and stick together
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a tale highlighting how people can benefit from others around them during good times and bad
Another fantastic read
I am only just getting into Erica James and can't put my iPod down - it has never needed charging so muchThese stories are so good and I love all the threads and how they converge.I have another in my iPod and then I will be waiting for my next creditsGive Erica James a try - they are excellently written and narrated beautifully
I seem to think that they remind me of Maeve Binchy's which is perhaps why I like them so much as she was a favourite if mine. A loss to the literary world .
Dulce and Jasmine
Yes and that is exactly what I am doing now. I work from home and cannot put my iPod down
I am going to read her whole catalogue
- Elaine Calderwood