East of the Sun

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Barbara Bickmore

Heroines for the thinking woman, women who make a difference,

BARBARA BICKMORE wrote her first short story at seven and has been writing ever since. Her dream to become a published writer came true when EAST OF THE SUN was published in 1988. As her heroines grow they become women who make a difference and don't settle for living life the way society dictates. Readers will experience sorrow, pain, happiness, romance, love and will enjoy growing with the heroines as they rise to life's challenges. 

BARBARA BICKMORE relates her writing career to living in a Fairy Tale - her Cinderella story has allowed her to travel all over the world and to experience life in different places and through different cultures. BARBARA BICKMORE once said, "Being a writer is the most difficult work I've ever done, because there is absolutely nothing and no one but me and my mind. It's scary, in fact petrifying because I'm always afraid maybe there's nothing there, no thoughts or words to put on a page. Yet the joy, and sometimes ecstasy, is that something comes, a book is created, and I get these marvelous feelings of pride and even astonishment that I wrote what I wrote. I'm still surprised that  people pay to read what I write and think.  It is a dream come true that all my books are on library shelves!"

BARBARA BICKMORE books have been translated into 16 languages and have been published in 22 countries. Women all over the world enjoy her stories and her heroines. BARBARA BICKMORE heroines are for the thinking woman, they are women who make a difference.

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