New Zealand, a beautiful country, magical almost during some seasons, but the people are the same as anywhere else in the world; they fall in love, they make mistakes, they struggle through and on those excellent days they simply enjoy. In Lights in my Life Helen Drew takes the reader from her childhood in New Zealand to her life today. With disarming honesty she describes the highs and lows with equal clarity from a terrible episode in her childhood to the joy of her grandchildren. Helen's has been an eventful life with its share of tragedy, misfortune and recovery, and in looking back with humour and insight the reader can share those experiences in this absorbing book.
Helen and her partner having both had several careers during their lifetimes, now live on the beautiful Coromandel in New Zealand and share a love of fishing, gardening and cooking. When not indulging in these pursuits, Helen loves to read, do crosswords, ‘scribble', walk on the beach and socialise with friends over a glass of wine.
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