An utterly delightful read, just what we need at the moment. Well done Sarah.
by Carol Gorton
This enchanting book is a vivid imagining of a family's history seen through the eyes of the grandfather clock itself. Sarah Akhtar has produced a work that clearly means a great deal to her personally, but is interesting and absorbing for the reader. I loved the many photos and the family tree, all of which added to the pleasure. A very nicely produced book.
by Sue Gotley
A simple, useful guide. J an a writer and have more than the basic level of understanding but this book still had helpful and insightful tips that I have picked up and used. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for an entry level text on the subject.
by NetGalley review
Born 1947 in Leamington Spa. Traditional single sex education but always escaping into a book or writing stories. Career path into the NHS - nurse, midwife then practice nurse. Married a doctor - surprise, surprise! Now live in Stoke on Trent.
Retirement in 2004 and straight into a creative writing group, first a class I paid for and later a group which evolved from the classes.
Short stories, poems, all great fun and continually inventing stories when out and about.
Now I have a granddaughter who loves stories so, who knows where that will lead.
My book combines my interest in family history with my passion for making things up!