Isolation Junction written by Jennifer Gilmour

Born in the North East, I am a young, married mum with three children.  I am an entrepreneur, running a family business from my home-base and I have a large readership of other young mums in business for my blog posts.

 

From an early age I have had a passion for writing and have been gathering ideas and plot lines from my teenage years.  A passionate advocate for women in abusive relationships, I have amalgamated and fictionalised other survivors experiences alongside my own to write my first novel detailing the journey of a young woman from the despair of an emotionally abusive and unhappy marriage to develop the confidence to challenge and change her life and to love again.  I hope that in reading my book, I will raise awareness of this often hidden and unseen behaviour and empower women in abusive relationships to seek help for themselves and find the confidence to change their lives.

Writing Journal Prompt

As something different I started an online course on writing fiction, joining with connections I have made in a writing group on Facebook that I am admin for. I thought it would be a great way to get other student views and is completely free. This was a...

Broken Pieces & Broken Places Review

I have decided to pop these reviews together because they link together not only by author but also by her writing style, they are both non-fiction and they both bring the feelings and reality of abuse to the reader. I first connected with Rachel on...

Celebrating a love that was learnt

Two years ago today I got married to someone who has seen me go through the hardest of times and helped me out of them. I will let an extract of Clipped Wings from the acknowledgements explain... "Without the support of my husband, I wouldn’t be where I am...

Clipped Wings Online Launch

The online launch of Clipped Wings was something I was very excited about and I had planned it to run alongside the blog tour lasting a week. Of course the big push was on the day of release itself and there was a lot to write about, at this moment you can...

October Wrap Up- @BizMums @helen_pryke @CCCBuryStEd @HuffPostUK

October, what a month! I have to admit October has had its high's and its low's but I know what I am able to get through anything with this month putting me through its pace's in my personal life. I am hoping November will be a little calmer as I have so...

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