Widowed at 45, Denise has come to the end of that first year alone and survived. It's time to get back out in the world and live her life. However, life, and particularly her own family, seem to have other ideas as first her mother and then her daughter move into a house that is suddenly bursting at the seams. A battle of wills ensues, but it is a battle that Denise is determined to win by fair means or foul, because only when she has sorted everyone else's lives out can she finally get on with her own. Romance doesn't figure anywhere in her calculations but Denise, of all people,should know that life doesn't always go according to plan.
Pamela Fudge was brought up in Poole, Dorset. She wrote poetry, mainly for her family, and then discovered a talent for short fiction which has been published by most of the national magazines over a period of twenty years. A creative writing tutor for 11 years Widow on the World is her own third published novel. Having been widowed not once, but twice in recent years, Pamela is well qualified to comment on the adage that life goes on. She is also the first to admit that it's not always as simple as it sounds. For more information about Pamela and her work visit: www.pamfudge.co.uk