Life and living can be hard. Our narrator, Mary, struggles to find her place in the world. She dances in Nature with her small daughter. She is on a quest to find her own truth. She must learn to focus on Light, on Love through all that life itself can fling upon her. Mary uses a man to escape the housing estate. She uses his Mother to learn meditation and shamanism. She uses his sister for sex. Yet, her focus is the child. She simply wants to be the best Mother she can be.
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Orla Broderick lives on the beautiful Isle of Skye, Scotland. She has been funded, supported and encouraged by HI-Arts. She was mentored by Roger Hutchinson (Calum's Road, The Silent Weaver). She attended the HI-Arts writers masterclass with tutors Angus Dunn, Kevin MacNeil and Andrew Greig and an Arvon work-in-progress workshop with tutors Jane Rogers and Lesly Glaister. The January Flower was edited by Peter Urpeth (Far Inland). She is Irish, originally from Co. Donegal but was raised in Co. Wicklow. She went to an all girls Irish Catholic Boarding school, but was always in trouble with the nuns, so she learned to write as one way to escape. Orla has participated in and devised creative writing workshops. Her writing is poetic prose and is compared with the writings of Dylan Thomas. Mostly, she likes to walk by the river and dream.
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