A Journey of Hope by John F. Watson
After covering the exploits of you riders for the past twenty years who engage in the skillful sport of trials, I decided to write an enjoyable little tale that your wives, partners, girl friends may find entertaining reading over the winter months.
A 85,000 word novel set at the turn of the 19th Century, following the life of Ruth Brennan born into abject poverty in the city of York. On the loss of her parents she is forced to flee and heads for the busy fishing port of Whitby. Along the way she stumbles on a lonely hamlet set in the heart of the spectacular North Yorks moors, where she finds friendship, religion and love.
A gripping tale of a young girls fight toward a better life.
It will bring a tear to the eye one minute and a smile to your lips the next, and finally... well only the reader will discover.
On sale at most major book shops in the area and also at local outlets and Visitor Centres. Aslo available on Amazon and Lulu book sites.
Contact me on 01287 660577 or email firstname.lastname@example.org