1. What inspired you to write this book?
I was inspired by the idea that there should be a freewill in choosing your faith.
2. How is this book different from earlier once?
3. How much time did you required to finish the book?
👉One month of writing. Two months of rewriting.
4. After successful previous books how do expect response from this one?
👉That people love it.
5. How was your experience writing this book was it any different than other books?
👉It was very enlightening because the protagonist is quite old so I have to look from his perspective.
6. How was your experience with Harper Collins Publications?
👉It’s pretty good. They were very focused and professional.
7. What’s your message for new upcoming young writers?
👉Read well. Market well. Write well.
Author- Margaret Pemberton
🎩1945: The war was over, and the families who lived in Magnolia Square could look forward to their men coming home and their lives returning to normal.
But for some, the end of the war brought serious problems. Kate Voigt was at last able to marry Leon Emmerson, the man she loved, a Londoner like herself, but of mixed race. When old man Harvey, a powerful and wealthy figure in South London and great-grandfather to Kate’s small son, heard of the match he was determined that young Matthew should not be raised by Leon. Slowly, insidiously, he began the fight to wrest Kate’s son away from her.
And for Jewish refugee Christina, who had married Jack Robson, a commando and the handsomest man in the Square, the end of the war brought its own special torment. She was convinced that her mother and grandmother had somehow escaped the holocaust and were alive. It seemed that her determination to find them could put everything, even her marriage, at risk.
As Magnolia Square, scarred and battered, but still surviving, prepared to enjoy the ‘Peace’, so the inhabitants of the Square begin to try and rebuild their lives.
🎩From the Author
Margaret Pemberton is the bestselling author of over thirty novels in many different genres, some of which are contemporary in setting and some historical. She has served as Chairman of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and has three times served as a committee member of the Crime Writers’ Association. Born in Bradford, she is married to a Londoner, has five children and two dogs and lives in Whitstable, Kent. Apart from writing, her passions are tango, travel, English history and the English countryside.