Saturday, 3 March 2018

Tess and Tattoos

Tess and Tattoos- H.A Leuschel- 4.5*  (free on Kindle)
Tess is an octogenarian and lives in sheltered housing. Her only family are the other
side of the world in Australia and she is lonely. She reflects on her life and how people
treat one another at different times. One day she struggles to get out of the bath and
has to call for help. Some of her own secrets are then revealed. Of a past once lived,
of suffering and then freedom.This is a novella, written with depth so that you take to
Tess from the start. A woman with her own mind and whether right or wrong to your
own eyes you can’t help but admire her determination. A beautifully written piece.
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Author Bio –
Helene Andrea Leuschel grew up in Belgium where she gained a Licentiate in Journalism &
Communication, which led to a career in radio and television in Brussels, London and Edinburgh.
She now lives with her husband and two children in Portugal and recently acquired a Master of
Philosophy with the OU, deepening her passion for the study of the mind. When she is not writing,
Helene works as a freelance journalist and teaches Yoga.
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