Words and Wanderings

ISBN 1-84683-098-2
Personal memoir
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by Wallis Peel

A much-travelled and widely published author looks back on her writing career and overseas peregrinations

In this enjoyable autobiography, veteran author Wallis Peel looks back over an eventful life and reflects on her abiding passions: for the written word, both as an avid reader and a successful author; for travel, which took her to destinations far and wide; for horses and horseriding, which she incorporated into many of her popular books; for her home county of Gloucestershire and its history, and, last but by no means least, for her husband Roy, with whom she shared a lifetime of experiences.

Readers who have enjoyed her many books over the years will be fascinated to learn a little more about the life of their creator and the interests that inspired her.

Now an octogenarian with 25 books under her belt, author Wallis Peel is well known for her meticulously researched historical novels, many of which are set in Roman and Saxon times, although she has also written about the English Civil War and the more recent history of the Channel Island of Guernsey. One of her most popular books is Glorious Gloucestershire, a guidebook to the county in which she has resided for many years. Writing as H.M. Peel, she also has a stable of children’s books, mainly about horses, which have proved popular with young horseriding enthusiasts all over the world.
Details Softback | 192 pages
Readership All age groups
Subject the process of writing books | overseas travel | horse riding | marriage and family life | general observations on life in the UK from the 1930s to present