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Martine and Joanna are both avid readers and writers who have formed a mother-daughter writing team to start the Graemor series - currently 4 books long.

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favourite books

Mervyn Peake - The Gormenghast Trilogy
William Golding - Lord of the Flies
Tahir Shah - The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Emily Bronte - Wuthering Heights
JRR Tolkien - Lord of the Rings
Arthur Conan Doyle - Sherlock Holmes series
Gabriel Garcia Marquez - A Thousand Years of Solitude
Sheena Mackay - The Orchard on Fire
The Brothers Grimm - Fairytales
Oscar Wilde - The portrait of Dorian Gray/ Short stories
Ursula Le Guin - Earthsea Trilogy
Oliver Twist - Charles Dickens
The woman in white - Wilkie Collins
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte

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J&M Jensen

If some one stole your past, would you trust them not to steal your future?

Waking to find themselves under the watchful care and protection of the reclusive Graemor, two girls begin to piece together the mystery of their origins. Here in his small isolated hut, they soon learn that they have more than their irascible guardian to fear. Wandering spirits haunt the watches of the night; strange clues and restless secrets begin to unfold around them.
As they discover both friends and enemies, Olivia and Amaris begin to fear that the real threat does not come from losing their past, but from the growing shadow which threatens their future.

Told through Olivia’s journal and 3rd person narration, ‘Graemor’ is a magical tale of spiritual strength and human frailty set against a backdrop of tribal warfare, shamanism, and vengeance.

Book one of a series.

Note to potential readers: If this comes under 'Fantasy' at all it is purely because it is set in a fictional place a la Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast, not because there is a single elf, unicorn, dragon or dark lord to be found anywhere in its pages. in fact, if you find one you can have your money back!


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I wrote 1476 days ago

This is quite some world you've created! Very enjoyable names and concepts - I would HATE to find myself reliving a Grimm Fairytale... You've captured some great imagery and atmosphere in this. Happily backed. M&J view book

I wrote 1480 days ago

A timely injection of zeal and passion for the Christian faith. M&J GRAEMOR view book

I wrote 1481 days ago

Clever, original and witty! I have thoroughly enjoyed what I've read so far and am going to back! By the way - great cover and pitch as well. M&J GRAEMOR view book

I wrote 1485 days ago

A heart warming tale which is well written and full of human emotion and picturesque detail. Always enjoy reading something which has a strong spiritual element. Particularly enjoyed little Jade's story - very touching. I will comment more as I read on.... A quote to leave you with which i think ... view book

I wrote 1485 days ago

A heart warming tale. best of luck M&J view book

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