fragrance of freshly ground coffee was all around us, and everything
seemed just as it should be. That all wasn’t as it should
be was becoming increasingly clear. I couldn’t believe the
world, as I knew it, was about to fall apart round my ears for
the second time in twelve short months. Could life really be that
at 45, Denise has come to the end of that first year alone and
survived. It’s time to get back out in the world and live
her life. However, life, and particularly her own family, seem
to have other ideas as first her mother and then her daughter
move into a house that is suddenly bursting at the seams.
battle of wills ensues, but it is a battle that Denise is determined
to win by fair means or foul, because only when she has sorted
everyone else’s lives out can she finally get on with her
doesn’t figure anywhere in her calculations but Denise,
of all people,should know that life doesn’t always go according
Profile : Pamela Fudge
Fudge was brought up in Poole, Dorset. She wrote poetry, mainly
for her family, when her three children were growing up, and then
discovered a talent for short fiction, which has seen her stories
published by most of the national magazines over a period of twenty
years. Widow on the World is her third published novel.
been widowed, not once, but twice in recent years, Pamela is well
qualified to comment on the adage that life goes on. She is also
the first one to admit that it’s not always as simple as it
was a home study tutor with Writers News for two years and a creative
writing tutor for 11 years with many successes among her students.
still lives in Poole with two cats and a dog.
has her own website which you can visit at www.pamfudge.co.uk