I belong to No One

I was thrilled when I read this review of my book, I Belong to No One from John’s Story Book, and he kindly gave me permission to reblog. If any of his, or my, US followers have been toying with buying the paperback, it is now on special at Amazon US for $2.56. Here is link to https://www.amazon.com/Belong-No-One-Gwen-Wilson/dp/1409164896/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494051654&sr=8-1&keywords=i+belong+to+no+one

Footnote: July 2017 – John has set his WordPress account to private, and that seems to have removed the reblog … apologies you can no longer see the lovely review.

John's Storybook Volume One


I haven’t ever posted a book review, but I feel compelled to try.

I don’t know how many of you are following Garrulous Gwendoline …The Reluctant Retiree .I know some are but if not you should because she’s Australian but mor importantly because she has something to say. She has written a book about her life and when I picked it up I couldn’t put it down. That’s a lie; I stopped to make dinner (I settled for a can of baked beans) and continued reading until well after mid-night and then continued in the morning until I finished. I haven’t done that for a while. I have cried, and had a few bouts of lumpy throat and a laugh or two.

Anyway, Gwen tells us a story about growing up in the sixties and seventies and she didn’t have an easy time of it. I don’t want to tell the…

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18 thoughts on “I belong to No One

      • They put the start of rehearsals back an hour this morning we’re starting shortly but it gave me a good excuse to catch up with my blogging 🙂.
        I had a shock though the lovely Dianne Smiddley I’ve been blog friends with for a long time passed away recently I will sing with extra sparkle for her today ✨

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        • I’ve just re-subscribed to your blog, so should keep up again now with your progress. I can see the layout is different so perhaps you switched from WordPress and I fell off then. Or perhaps I changed something at my end as I was trying to pull back from social media while I concentrated on a first draft for a novel. I am so sad to hear about Dianne Smiddley. It would be lovely for you to have her in mind as you rehearse, although the emotion might hit when you least expect it. Good luck!


    • I was surprised and thrilled. I wanted to include your review on that post also, but couldn’t master the technology behind re-blogging two at once. I haven’t been commenting, but this is a moment to say I have been enjoying watching your garden re-blossom with the warming (occasionally) rays of spring. That Jackie of yours is a keeper.

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