Profile: Marion Grace Woolley

Marion Grace Woolley is the author of THOSE ROSY HOURS AT MAZANDARAN, THE TANGLED FOREST, LUCID ANGORICHINA and a few other titles. She was shortlisted for the Luke Bitmead Bursary for New Writers and currently lives in Kigali, Rwanda, where after helping to develop the first Dictionary of Rwandan Sign Language, is focusing on her writing.


Most Recently Published Book (as of March 2019)

Creeper's Cottage: A Hookland Novel

Barrowcross Moor is a barren, unforgiving place where trees twist in strange formations against ferocious winds. There is a new owner up at Briar Hall, some distant relative of Charles Evermore who died over forty years ago.

The new master has new ideas. He’s going to build a Living Museum, and he needs Jenna Ashley’s construction company to help him do it. They’re going to gather up all the old and unwanted buildings around Hookland and rehome them on the Evermore estate.

As the project progresses, Jenna and her best friend Adam start to realise that it isn’t only the buildings that are getting a new lease of life. There is something primal at work between the bricks and mortar of these forgotten spaces.

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Other Work:

Those Rosy Hours at Mazandaran

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The Tangled Forest

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Book Buy Links: Better World Books | Amazon


Book Buy Links: Better World Books | Amazon