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Diana chose voluntary redundancy, but it was also her choice to relocate with her husband to Scotland. During his days off they explored this unfamiliar Kingdom, by walking along The Fife Coastal Path. As Diana followed this route of pilgrims from North Queensferry to St Andrews, she ‘met’ some fascinating characters … from St Margaret in Dunfermline to the real Robinson CDiana chose voluntary redundancy, but it was also her choice to relocate with her husband to Scotland. During his days off they explored this unfamiliar Kingdom, by walking along The Fife Coastal Path. As Diana followed this route of pilgrims from North Queensferry to St Andrews, she ‘met’ some fascinating characters … from St Margaret in Dunfermline to the real Robinson Crusoe, Alexander Selkirk in Lower Largo ... life changing encounters. This book is Diana’s memoir ... yet it is interspersed with fantasy as she unravels her purpose in life. It is a travel guide describing the beauty of Diana’s surroundings ... yet it is also motivational and inspirational. The further Diana travelled, the more she learnt about the history of the area and her affinity for Fife grew. In beautiful surroundings, close to the sea, she discovered herself … you may be inspired to follow in her footsteps too, or just enjoy sharing her journey....

Title : From Redundancy to Rejuvenation: A Writer's Fantasy Walk in Fife
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ISBN : 9780993260803
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 154 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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From Redundancy to Rejuvenation: A Writer's Fantasy Walk in Fife Reviews

  • Rose English
    2018-09-27 20:21

    I swapped one of my un-edited books for this lovely story at the 1st ever UK Indie Literary Festival, held in Bradford on Saturday 23rd July 2016.The story magically interweaves fact with fantasy. Diana shares with us her predicament when she finds her husband off working in Scotland and then finds out she herself is redundant. I really enjoyed this beautiful tale and I was treated to a wee glimpse of the coastal paths of Fife and its rich history.Although the book is a personal journey for Diana I felt like she was enticing me to follow. So enchanted was I, that at times my imagination led me to step into her very footsteps.I could almost taste the salty sea air upon my tongue, feel the sun shining down upon my back, it is a truly remarkable read.Chapter 10 Pettycur was my favourite with it's 'Ode to the Sun' and the pretty little message Diana received from her :-If you take a few steps beyond your comfort zone you will be rewarded intensely."Very Highly Recommended the beautiful little maps and images add to the printed delight that I held in my hands. Thank You Diana Jackson.