About this book
In her youth, Marjorie was a regular contributor to BBC radio, reading her own stories, and had many articles published in Scots Magazine. She travelled widely, went sailing, and was a Red Cross nurse during WWI. Then, for twenty years, she stayed at home to nurse her sick mother.
Marjorie attended Lynn’s writing group in her nineties. It was there that Lynn recognised the power of Marjorie’s lyrical prose. Childhood’s Hill was published two years before Marjorie died.