Worksop author’s fictional wartime romance set to hit the shelves this month
A Worksop pensioner whose wartime tale has been published in a bumper anthology said that he hoped the story he has penned would ‘make a few folks smile.’
Pnuema Springs Publishing has commissioned 14 authors, including Chris Pownall, of Grove Court, to write a short story set in the period of the Second World War.
All 14 short stories have nowbeen published in ‘Treachery and Triumph’, which is set to be released next month.
Chris, who took up writing after retiring and has gone on to publish six books, said: “We were given a list of subject matter and following some deliberation my chosen genre was a fictional wartime romance.
“The piece is set in Britain with the story commencing at the outbreak of WW11.
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“This is a new genre for me and whilst it is a very sad tale, I hope my readers will not ne disappointed and that it makes a few folks smile.”
The anthology, entirtled ‘Treachery and Triumph’ is now completed and scheduled to be released on Thursday, September 24.
The book will be available both as a paperback and as an EBook and can be purchased either directly from Pnuema Springs Publishing or online at http://pneumasprings.co.uk/TreacheryandTriumph-ananthologyofworldwarIIstories.htm or on Amazon.