Sunday, 1 February 2015

Two Books By Barbara K Davies....

If you are familiar with KT Miniatures "Old Dolls House Gallery", then you may well recognise the name of Barbara Kendall Davies....some of her lovely old dolls houses feature as Collection Three on there. Through the world of miniatures, I have known Barbara for many years now and we discovered long ago that not only do we share the same maiden name of "Kendall" but we also both originate from a long line of "Kendalls" from Birmingham, UK!

Barbara lives in Jersey and is a retired opera singer, but is now concentrating on writing. In November 2014, two of  her books became available to purchase on Amazon Kindle and for those of you who have a specific passion for the 1930s-40s era, I thought you may enjoy the first book particularly....

The Food Of Love: Letters And Diaries Of A Soldier

By Barbara K. Davies

The Food Of Love is based on letters and diaries belonging to Barbara's father from the Second World War, including a picture of life on the Home Front.  Barbara's father was a singer and the book details his experiences of entertaining troops as a member of Stars in Battledress (Norton Follies) and of the aftermath of war up to the Festival of Britain in 1951.

Life Is Everlasting

By Barbara K. Davies

The second book - Life is Everlasting,  has been thirty-two years in the making because of its unusual content. It requires the reader to suspend judgement on what we normally consider to be reality.
Many people have unusual inner experiences but refrain from relating them as they do not wish to appear crazy. However, it appears that all human beings are potentially multidimensional. This book invites you to come on a journey of discovery not only in this world but also in the next.

 If you CLICK HERE, you will see that the first two books to appear on the page are Barbara's. Simply click on each of the main book images to view the relevant information. If you explore further, you will find that you are able to take a peek inside and read a free extract.

In fact, I have already taken a peek at the free extracts of both books, and have found them quite enchanting and equally fascinating. For a while now I have been pondering on treating myself to a finally I have a REALLY good excuse to go and buy one! Am looking forward to reading both of Barbara's books in full.


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