CHANNILLO
What Was Lost
By Julie Noble

Series Description:

Loss is part of life: often it leads to change. These stories explore that in many ways.

Some deal with the loss of a loved one or the loss of an opportunity. In some stories it may be only the possibility of loss that drives the change.

Sometimes the loss of one thing will lead a character to something else. For instance the loss of a spouse through divorce is a huge challenge, but in two stories it prompts positive action and changes someone’s life for the better.

Some stories have won national competitions, others have been short-listed and published anthologies and magazines. This is the first time they have been put into a collection.

Thank you for your interest!

Category/Genre(s): Short Stories
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Julie Noble:

Julie Noble is a single mum of five living in a small village in Northern England. Writing is changing her life. She’s in Kit De Waal’s “Common People” Anthology which will be published in May. She was also chosen for Penguin Random House WriteNow and the New Writing North   Working Class Writer Professional Development Programme.

Over several decades, Julie has written thousands of words including a YA book - Talli’s Secret - about bereavement, the Brontës, and learning difficulties in school, which is available to read on Amazon. There is another novel – Venice Calling- in a final draft, two plays, and dozens of short stories, many of which have won prizes.

The following article may be of interest.

https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/author-of-her-own-success-how-single-mother-of-five-julie-noble-has-achieved-literary-recognition-1-9263515







Series Description:

Loss is part of life: often it leads to change. These stories explore that in many ways.

Some deal with the loss of a loved one or the loss of an opportunity. In some stories it may be only the possibility of loss that drives the change.

Sometimes the loss of one thing will lead a character to something else. For instance the loss of a spouse through divorce is a huge challenge, but in two stories it prompts positive action and changes someone’s life for the better.

Some stories have won national competitions, others have been short-listed and published anthologies and magazines. This is the first time they have been put into a collection.

Thank you for your interest!

Category/Genre(s): Short Stories
Updated: Weekly
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Julie Noble:

Julie Noble is a single mum of five living in a small village in Northern England. Writing is changing her life. She’s in Kit De Waal’s “Common People” Anthology which will be published in May. She was also chosen for Penguin Random House WriteNow and the New Writing North   Working Class Writer Professional Development Programme.

Over several decades, Julie has written thousands of words including a YA book - Talli’s Secret - about bereavement, the Brontës, and learning difficulties in school, which is available to read on Amazon. There is another novel – Venice Calling- in a final draft, two plays, and dozens of short stories, many of which have won prizes.

The following article may be of interest.

https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/author-of-her-own-success-how-single-mother-of-five-julie-noble-has-achieved-literary-recognition-1-9263515