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Betty Rose

I was born in Coventry, the youngest of six children. We were amongst other hard-working families in a clean, caring, supportive home which offered few frills but provided a very necessary safe haven from the outside world. The thread of blood linked the differing personalities and aspirations of us siblings and as I've grown older, I've learnt to appreciate their friendship more and more.
I've always made up stories, a legacy from my dad who delighted in telling me scary tales; I create poems, spiritual philosophies, relaxation scripts, either on paper or mostly in my head, and have a tendency to drift into my own little world during conversation, a habit that used to annoy my teachers and my very busy mum immensely, and understandably so!
I haven't changed in this respect!


  • Alone It's Okay


    Far from her home in Romania, Elena hopes to have an education and a career in art and design, something that would not have been possible back home in her mountain village where life was rural and simple, and young girls were protected, nurtured and raised to be good wives.

  • Keep Them Close


    Born into a hard-working, loving, rural Irish family, the adored and protected Robina, only daughter of Mary and Michael Moran, moves to Liverpool to study nursing and spread her wings.

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