#LASR_Anniv What the Future Holds by Joan Fleming

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What the Future HoldsAnticipating a relaxing holiday in her idyllic holiday cottage on the Scottish island of Mull, 29-year-old Amy Wilson realises her plans will be ruined by a letter she finds when she arrives. It contains a proposal to build a holiday complex directly in front of her cottage.

The application is in the name of a member of the McFarlane family, who are distant relatives of Amy. In their youth, Amy and Sandy McFarlane spent holidays on the island together and had a teenage romance.

Whilst she has no wish to enter into a conflict with Sandy, Amy nonetheless determines to fight the plan. She sets in motion a chain of events which changes her entire life, not only in Mull, but also in Glasgow, where she works as an accountant and lives with her partner, Matt.

She is about to lose control of the steady pattern of her life, and has no idea what will replace it, what the future holds…

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Joan Fleming was born and educated in Edinburgh, Scotland. After university there, she became a teacher of French and German, for a short period in the London area, then in the West of Scotland.

Since leaving education, she now concentrates on creative writing. She has had short stories and articles published in magazines in both the UK and America, and has won several awards for her writing.

What the Future Holds is her début novel, and will be followed by her second, Spirit of the Island.

Her interests include: reading, walking, travel, islands (anywhere!) and the life and work of Robert Burns.

She now lives in a flat on the outskirts of Glasgow overlooking the West Highland Way.


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  1. I enjoyed the blurb, I can’t wait to read the whole book now.

  2. Rita Wray says:

    I like the sound of the book.

  3. I read the book and enjoyed every minute . It’s a brilliant read.
    Loved the anniversary blog post Joan.


  4. Michele Hayes says:

    I love finding authors that are new to me. Thanks for the chance to win.

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