Frances Lynn

"Author, Crushed and Frantic"
Frances Lynn
Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (40 of 56)
Birthday: 27 Mar
In My Own Words:
I'm a writer and a journalist. My novels, CRUSHED - an illustrated, Young Adult novel, and FRANTIC, a saga about the nostalgic early '70's have both been published by Eiworth Publishing.

FRANTIC took me decades to write. I wrote the first draft in the early Seventies after my return to London from an extended vacation in San Francisco. My regular nocturnal visits to David Hockney's basement in N… Read more



Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,218,781 - Total Helpful Votes: 40 of 56
A History of Facelifting by Duncan Fallowell
A History of Facelifting by Duncan Fallowell
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
If the world is about to end and you need cheering up, this beautifully written novel is a necessity. Duncan Fallowell is not only an original and exquisite writer, his deadpan prose is laugh out loud funny too. His foil of a heroine unwittingly infiltrates a self-sufficient dysfunctional family in the midst of an unspoilt England. Fallowell's fictitious countryside seems archaic and somewhat mythical, and although his unique story is set in the near future, one could easily imagine the novel's premise is set in the pre World War II era. With names like The Conkers of Galadriel thrown into the mad but feasible plot, "A History of Facelifting" is hysterically poignant with roller coaster… Read more
Bump 'n' Grind ~ Jackson Heights
Bump 'n' Grind ~ Jackson Heights
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nostalgic Rock, 11 Aug 2010
When Bump N Grind first came out in the early 70s, Lee Jackson informed me I was the inspiration for the track 'Public Romance', and gave me the album on vinyl which I still have. I haven't played the album for years as I don't possess a record player anymore. So, I was thrilled to see Bump N Grind has been remastered on CD. Besides the personal connotation, this classical album is indicitivate of superb 'pogressive; rock music of that nostalgic pre-punk era.
Try Me by Farah Damji by Farah Damji
Try Me by Farah Damji by Farah Damji
3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
"Try Me" is am exquisitely written Memoir by Farah Damji, whose explosive prose makes me think this ingenue author is a female Jean Genet in the making. Her literary bravery should be congratulated as she unselfconsciously bares her soul, unrelentlessly recapturing her dynamite fused life which includes a cocktail of Transatlantic society glamour and self-destruction. Damji's DNA of privilege leads to sex, drugs and blatant notoriety with a c.v. boasting imprisonment , all deliciously delivered in a poetic hardboiled writing style. The mixture of her bad girl adventures beautifully dished up in her distinctive and original prose both succeeded in enthralling me so much, I couldn't put… Read more

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