Christine Anne Cole has published four books with Amazon. Of her two novels, the first "A Small Eternity" deals with the consequences of an extra marital affair. After Julia parts from her lover and returns to her husband, she is left in 'a small eternity' of grief and we follow how she copes in the coming years. Christine's second novel "Beyond the Roses", inspired by the rising numbers of refugees fleeing war, shows how Eleanor, approaching the end of her life, feels the need to reconcile her past with the present and rediscover her family, separated during the Second World War. Recently published is a collection of Christine's favourite short stories, "Decades of Scribble", mostly based on real events and written over several decades. Her Memoir, "Teeny", describes the happy life of a little girl who moved with her mummy to her grandfather's farm in the countryside during the Second World War in order to be safe away from Hitler's bombs. Teeny learns how to make butter, milk a cow, look after sick animals and help with the Harvest while her daddy is away fighting with the armed forces. This book is being used in two English schools. Christine, a graduate of the University of Kent at Canterbury, worked as a Librarian and Media researcher for newspapers as well as BBC TV programmes. As a freelance writer she published articles in national and provincial magazines but is now retired to a small village in rural France where she lives with her husband. Christine has five grandhildren spread between England and Australia.