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Pearl spent twenty years with young people teaching mathematics and IT and gained a Ph.D researching the fascinating area of ‘Mental Models developed by children between the ages of nine and fourteen.’ In retirement she began to paint finding a particular interest in plants and animals. These included paintings for her grandchildren which stimulated visual imagination and told a story. A ‘Writing for Children’ course with The London School of Journalism helped her to get ideas into words and writing started. Membership of Denmead Writers’ Group with leader writer Carol Westron and fellow students encouraged and developed her love of words and visual imagination. Eirwen and the Gossamer Rainbow is her debut novel and first of the Nereid Trilogy.

From the Author
Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell tell us that dragons can be beaten. (Neil Gaiman, Coraline)

Eirwen and the Gossamer Rainbow book one of the Nereid Trilogy
Dear reader, are you ready for this unearthly tale about an unusual girl called Eirwen? She is 50 cm tall with green skin, blue hair and golden eyes. There are many questions to be answered: she was born on another planet, so why is she living on Earth and being protected by her two brothers – and why are those brothers snow geese? The monster Casuista is also from another planet: what does he want on Earth, and why are birds and animals disappearing or losing their colours? Their protectors, the Learned Ravens, are unable to help, so can Eirwen save her friends?

Enjoy this exciting journey with her. Buy the book here on Amazon or in Ebay .


 



“Eirwen and the Gossamer Rainbow is wonderfully magical with vivid descriptions and a fascinating antagonist. It is a story that can be enjoyed by all age groups.”

Victoria Milne, freelance editor.
The book was published by Matador Books and can also be purchased on their website [b][/b]

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