Nicole Thorne talks about her novel Chasing Butterflies
Welcome to debut author Nicole Thorne!
I was very lucky to get to read Chasing Butterflies and add my own review:
When tragedy strikes her mother, Helen, Hope runs away from the beautiful Cornish town of Port Merdow to build her own life. She becomes a respected architect with a loving husband until problems in her life drive her back home. In order to move on with her life, she needs to come face to face with her past to find peace.
Thorne has written an intriguing novel that I found hard to put down. The only thing that could have made it better was a good edit but my heart went out to Hope and all she endured.
Nicole Thorne lives on the North-West of England with her husband Sean and her children. She is a former teacher who now owns and runs a tea room.
Nic has always had a passion for developing characters and stories. In her younger days she wrote plays for the other children in the street to perform. In junior school she won a competition with a play she wrote. In high school she brought her English teacher to tears with a story about bullying.
Nic's writing focuses on the emotions of the situations. Her debut novel Chasing Butterflies is a very emotional journey with twists, turns and ups and downs along the way.
Nic is currently working on a prequel to "Chasing Butterflies" called "The China Doll".
Chasing Butterflies is the story of Hope.
s the story of a girl who is damaged by life. A story about finding love against all odds. It's a story of hidden truths and painful lies.
rried to Ben who she absolutely adores, she has an amazing job as an architect.