Being in her early twenties and living in limbo, Harriet Mills set out to do something she swore throughout her creative writing degree that she would never do—write a novel.
It may sound strange considering her degree choice, yet fiction was never her chosen form, instead she thought a career in journalism would be the path that she would take after studies.
This was until she discovered more about life, about people and about stories. Working in a local village store in the place she grew up, Harriet’s mind acted like a sponge when she discovered that an interesting read would be one about life itself.
The uniqueness of the place she worked in gave her the ideas, her visit to Dublin gave her the setting and a fond love of words gave her the ability to get it all down into her debut novel—Dear Brannagh.
Mary Carter’s life has been full of turmoil, constantly fighting against bad odds. Finally, she has a chance to do good, forget her troubles and help her sister, Brannagh, out of an abusive relationship.A trip to Dublin, the city in which she grew up, plays out how Mary never expected it would.A c...