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By 2032 the UK has seen many changes, some acceptable and some causing outrage. Themes that have been the source of contention for decades, often resulting in heart wrenching and life changing decisions, are all visited here. The government, who have 'perfected' strategies to control the population and reduce crime, are now faced with dealing with an anomaly of such catastrophic and unexpected consequence it puts the UK in a state of disbelief and panic. The circumstances have existed since time began, but are now unexpectedly reversed. Fecundity! is a book with a difference, taking an everyday occurrence and confusing rational thinking with a profound twist. It will make you look within and ponder but, it will also give you the opportunity to get even, get involved, vote for the rapist's outcome, join in discussion forums and help shape the sequel 'Anomalies'. Visit www.fecundity.uk.net
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Originally from Lincolnshire lass, Meg moved to West Yorkshire in 1988 with her daughter, Emma, and son, Sam. Prior to taking up writing Meg worked in property, charity and recruitment. Meg draws much of her inspiration from the heady heights of the Holme Valley, where she now lives. Her first publication, Tarot Teachers, was published in 2007, the same year that she wrote and directed her first play, Memories of To Sir With Love. Meg recently became enamoured with Amateur Dramatics, undertaking a two-year Performing Arts course to enhance her writing and acting skills. Her favourite roles to date have been Mrs Richardson, in Fawlty Towers and Irene, in The Lady of Letters. Her ambition is to play a cameo role in Fecundity! A trained Energy Therapist, Meg has a healthy interest in alternative therapies and spirituality. Besides drama, Meg enjoys property renovations, art, photography, cookery and her pets.
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Book Description Austin Macauley Publishers, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111905609310