God's Will and the Yellow Dress
’This is an immensely readable, un-put-downable, book which is bound to encourage anyone to look more deeply into the subjects treated. A book for art lovers, for students of 19th century French history and literature, for homeopaths, and for anyone in search of a jolly good read.' Kersten Roth, book lover
BEYOND THE ULTIMATE LIE THERE’S…
'Your novel is a fantastic study of the choices we make and how the repercussions impact on those around us.' Isha Karki, Furniss Lawton
My husband comes from far away, so I’d only seen him once before the wedding. It was the afternoon he came to speak to my father.
My mother said I wasn’t allowed anywhere near the room, but I am curious by nature and sat down on the sill of the casement opposite the slightly open door…
Published by Indigo Dreams Publishing
Michael and Molly are vulnerable. They find life unimaginably difficult. Being in a house when a dead body is discovered is not only devastating but leads Michael to a breakdown, whilst Molly gets arrested on suspicion of murder. The couple are bound by a strange soul connection and must struggle to keep their relationship together whilst the consequences of the murder play on.
The year is 1863
Paris is imbued with the spirit of revolution.
A group of rogue painters,
later to become known as the Impressionists,
revolt against the ideals of the art establishment.
One of them,
Dr Paul Gachet,
is also inspired to update the world of medicine,
'Michelle Shine's novella is a stunning read. I was gripped by the very first paragraph and from then on I could not put the book down.'
Rowena Ronson, the author of Looking Back, Moving Forward
This is the contemporary story of Julia Paradise: An artist whose paintings sell for huge amounts of money. She has joined the ranks of the privileged rich and famous. But Julia has a private life too...
The Subtle Art of Healing
a novella which was longlisted for the Cinnamon Press Novella Award in 2007