A New Country.
A New Start.
Moya moved from Dublin to Nottingham when she was a teenager and met Kevin. But, after they were married he became increasingly controlling, and her only solace was in attending Spanish and book-keeping night classes.
When Moya finds out Kevin has cheated on her – worse still, re-mortgaged their house to support his now pregnant mistress, she is devasted and left broken hearted.
At an all-time low, Moya’s oldest friend suggests she join her in Spain. Taking a leap of faith, Moya decides a fresh start in a new country is just what she needs.
But upon her arrival a prediction by a Spanish gipsy’s unnerves Moya…
Is Mateo the mysterious Lawyer all he really seems to be or is Moya about to open up Pandora’s Box to secrets under Spanish Skies.
When and where do you prefer to write?
You will find me in the writing snug any time of the day.
Do you need peace and quiet when you are writing?
No, because I am locked into the characters head.
If you had the chance to co-write a book. Whom would it be with?
It would have to be the great author Maeve Binchy.
Say someone asks if they can use your name in a book. Would you rather be the ‘good one’ or the ‘bad one’?
I think I would make a good character in a book.
Who would you like to interview?
I would like to interview Graham Norton, a fellow author.
Where can I find you when you are reading?
In all sorts of places. In a car, while the television is on, to name a few.
Where can I find you when you are not writing/reading?
In the garden or keeping my writing companions, the pets amused.
What goes through your mind when you hold your new book in your hands for the first time? Amazement, did I really write this story?
How do you come up with a title for your book?
It could be from a conversation or a place I have visited.
How do you pick a cover for your book?
I leave that to my fantastic publishers, who always surprise me with beautiful book covers.
Thank you, Pauline Morgan and Zooloo’s Book Tours
About the author
The call to Pauline Morgan’s native Northern Ireland was too strong and, after a fascinating stint overseas, she recently relocated there. Pauline had some unique mystical experiences in various houses she lived in and, as a result, self-published the paranormal Special Houses. She has been a member of the Romantic Novelist Association and participated in their New Writers’ Scheme. She attended a day course in Editing, tutored by author/mentor Morgen Bailey.
Pauline is a member of Writers Ink, a multi-award winning http://www.writing.ie
She has written short stories; published in Woman’s Way and Irelands Own iconic magazine. Pauline enjoyed entering Flash Fiction competitions and was long-listed at Kanturk Arts Festival.
Her first poem Airborne, published on Pendemic.ie website March 2020
Pauline has completed a women’s ‘fiction book called The Ballynoon Friendship Circle, her debut novel to be published by SpellBound Books in early 2021. Pauline is working on a standalone book Christmas novel.
She engages with an extensive network of social writing groups on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Pauline turns her incredible imagination into words to create beautiful stories in different genres. She has a relaxed style of writing, and her mentor describes it as heart-warming and cosy. Pauline never shies away from any given written tasks.