‘Warm, romantic and different, in the very best way’ Katie Fforde, Sunday Times bestseller
‘I absolutely adored it!’ Ruth Hogan, bestselling author of The Keeper of Lost Things
May Rosevere has reached the grand old age of one-hundred-and-ten, thanks to several slices of toast with butter every morning, a glass (or two) of port, and the wonders of the Cornish sea air – or so she tells everyone.
But there’s much more to May than her remarkable age. She has a secret. One that no one has ever discovered ...
Praise for 59 Memory Lane
‘Wonderfully different and enchanting...A reading treasure trove of delight’ Love Reading
‘Anderson has woven more than a hint of magic through the pages’ Sunday Times bestseller Heidi Swain
‘I haven’t felt so happy sad at the door closing on characters I’ve come to love in a long time’ Jules Wake
‘An absolute gem of a book’ Sue Fortin, USA Today bestseller
‘A rich, warm and enchanting read, stuffed full of wonderful characters that I felt, by the end, I knew like my own neighbours’ Anna Stuart
‘So warm and engaging, with witty and relatable characters I was rooting for every step of the way’ Leah Mercer
‘Scrumptious!’ Julie Vince
‘I defy anyone not to fall in love with this delightful cast of characters, or to be drawn into their compelling, if complicated, lives’ Jenni Keer
Celia Anderson lives slap bang in the middle of the Midlands and dreams of owning a cottage by the sea, or at the very least on a canal or river. She makes do with living next door to a pond full of ducks but often manages to sneak more impressive watery places into her writing. Celia loves walking, reading, having large bubbly baths, eating and drinking wine. Over the years, she has found that all of these activities bar the first may be done simultaneously, although this can be messy. Previously a teacher and assistant head, she now writes full time and keeps her feet on the ground by running children’s clubs that mainly involve drama and cake.
An enthusiastic member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, Celia currently organises the judging for the Romantic Novel of the Year Awards. She spends far too much time on social media and dreams of one day being strong-minded enough to leave the house without her phone.