Rebecca Gransden’s Books

 

Rebecca Gransden is the author of a novel, anemogram, and a collection of short stories, Rusticles.

Here’s what her debut novel, anemogram, is about:

A young girl emerges out of the woods. David is in the middle of wrestling with an unsatisfactory existence when she enters his life. He decides to look out for the girl, but he soon discovers she may not be all she seems.

Together they decide to seek out a place of safety, away from a world that could misunderstand their relationship. As their troubles come to the surface, events take a turn that will have life-changing consequences for the both of them.

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The short story collection, Rusticles, centres on the same invented location as anemogram.

In Hilligoss, a tired man searches for a son, a flamingo enthrals the night, and fireworks light up the lost. In these stories and more, Rusticles offers a meandering tour through backroads bathed in half light, where shadows play along the verges and whispers of the past assault daydreams of the present. Walk the worn pathways of Hilligoss.

 

Her characters are often complex and a little lost. She likes to write about forgotten places and the natural world features a great deal in her writing.

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