Abigail Gordon

Abigail Gordon was born in a Lancashire cotton mill town where for lack of the countryside her playing fields were the slag heaps of a local colliery.

As for lots of families in the mill towns of those days, money was scarce, but in hers there was no shortage of love and laughter.

Once yearly the Sunday School of the Methodist Church that her family belonged to took the children on a picnic to a place called Marple Bridge in the nearby county of Cheshire, where hills and fields and a beautiful river called the Goyt were to be found and for a few hours she was in paradise.

Now, many years later, she rejoices in the privilege of living in that very same place, beside that same river that flows busily past her window, and to make life even more wonderful her three sons and their families are not far away.

Marple Bridge is a village with the same kind of caring community that she describes in her books and it attracts those who love the countryside the same now as it did all those years ago when the children from the back streets of a mill town piled off their coach and found themselves in the kind of place they hadn't known existed.

Abigail didn't begin writing until she was sixty years of age because of family commitments, and if asked what encouraged her to take up the pleasurable pastime of creating the romantic novel she replies that it was two things. The first, the persuasions of her sister who is an established author of many years, and second because she has always been fascinated by words, and says that the arranging of them to describe and fashion into something that others will want to read gives one a wonderfully satisfying feeling that is not lacking in humility.

                 
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