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Not Quite Heaven By Brenda Courtie
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At the end of World War 2, with her father dead and her grieving mother pre-occupied with the new baby, a small girl playing in the débris of Liverpool’s bombed streets cherished the... More > family’s occasional walks with the pram up to Hatton Hill, where she could play on the grass beside the smart new church while her Mum found solace inside. Perhaps heaven was a bit like Hatton Hill? Maybe she could live on Hatton Hill one day? Brenda Courtie’s childhood prayer was answered in 1980 when her husband became Vicar of Hatton Hill. She had travelled a long way to cover the two miles from the Bootle docks where she was born to the ‘heaven’ of her childhood fancy. Along the way, she found a faith in God that worked and an appreciation of the gifts of laughter, friendship, music, marriage and motherhood.< Less
A Year on the Sofa By Brenda Courtie
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Brenda Courtie is the wife of a country parson. Shortly after their pre-retirement move, she was diagnosed with a serious breast cancer. But 'A Year on the Sofa' is not the usual therapeutic cancer... More > diary. Rather, it is the author's personal reflection, during a time of illness and treatment, on some of the positive and funny episodes in her life as a clergy wife, and mother of two children who are now in the entertainment business. Recalling and sharing some good times - without denying the bad times - is part of her armoury in the fight against cancer, as she makes a determined effort to win - or at least to avoid throwing in the towel prematurely.< Less
Not Quite Heaven By Brenda Courtie
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At the end of World War 2, with her father dead and her grieving mother pre-occupied with the new baby, a small girl playing in the débris of Liverpool’s bombed streets cherished the... More > family’s occasional walks with the pram up to Hatton Hill, where she could play on the grass beside the smart new church while her Mum found solace inside. Perhaps heaven was a bit like Hatton Hill? Maybe she could live on Hatton Hill one day? Brenda Courtie’s childhood prayer was answered in 1980 when her husband became Vicar of Hatton Hill. She had travelled a long way to cover the two miles from the Bootle docks where she was born to the ‘heaven’ of her childhood fancy. Along the way, she found a faith in God that worked and an appreciation of the gifts of laughter, friendship, music, marriage and motherhood.< Less
A Year on the Sofa By Brenda Courtie
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Brenda Courtie is the wife of a country parson. Shortly after their pre-retirement move, she was diagnosed with a serious breast cancer. But 'A Year on the Sofa' is not the usual therapeutic cancer... More > diary. Rather, it is the author's personal reflection, during a time of illness and treatment, on some of the positive and funny episodes in her life as a clergy wife, and mother of two children who are now in the entertainment business. Recalling and sharing some good times - without denying the bad times - is part of her armoury in the fight against cancer, as she makes a determined effort to win - or at least to avoid throwing in the towel prematurely.< Less

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