Light, Camera, Action! Part 2

Posted on 12th April, 2022

There was no blog last week because I was away at a family wedding. If I tell you that the wedding was originally meant to take place in May 2020, you'll understand how much everyone was looking forward to it. It was a truly wonderful and very happy day. To those of you who are in a similar position, anticipating long-postponed events, I send you my warmest wishes together with the hope that your special occasion, when it takes place, will be as lovely as my nephew's wedding was.


My previous blog, back on April 1st, was about making a promo video for Hope for the Railway Girls, which will be published this coming Thursday. Now that Penguin have shared the video on the Penny Street FB page, I can show it to you here. Behind the camera was my husband (it's so useful for a writer to have a techie-husband!) and sharing the spotlight is Alf. The video lasts just under a minute. I hope you like it. Stay with it to the end to see Alf's little moment of internet glory!




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As well as this, I have another promo video to show you. This one is just amaazing. It was made by Hope Butler and her team her Cornerstone and I just love it. Make sure you have the sound on - the music is fab!





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Hope for the Railway Girls on Amazon.


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Manchester, 1942 and a new year brings new hope for the railway girls.


's romance with the charming Dr Maitland is blossoming, but then she is posted away from Manchester. Working in a canteen isn't part of her plan, nor is meeting her beau's old girlfriend - one who just happens to want him back.


is supportive of her friend's new relationship until she realises exactly who he is. Torn between keeping her secret and warning Alison, she turns to Joan for help.


Working in Lost Property wouldn't be Joan's first choice of job, but with a baby on the way she knows she can't continue being a station porter. As she looks to the future, can she put the troubles of her past behind her?


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