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  • Location: London, New York

Swimming for Beginners

Swimming for Beginners

Why a Booktrail?

2024: The power of a child’s love and its ability to transcend motherhood.

  • ISBN: 978-1915798701
  • Genre: Fiction

What you need to know before your trail

Loretta has life under control.

She’s good at avoiding things that make her uncomfortable, she’s chasing a big promotion at work, and she’s marrying a man whose five-year plan aligns perfectly with her own.

Children do not come into the mix.

This all changes, however, when a stranger in an airport asks Loretta to keep an eye on her sleeping six-year-old, Phoebe. The stranger never comes back.

Loretta knows that Phoebe’s life will change forever from that moment. But so will hers.

This strange little person in fairy wings will turn Loretta’s world upside down and cause her to question everything she knows about herself.



Travel Guide

An airport in London and New York

There is not a strong sense of place in this book but suffice to say, you will always wonder what and who you might meet next time you are in an airport. Loretta gets talking to a young mother and her daughter, aged 6. The mother goes to the bathroom and is later found dead. What follows next is a journey of love, hope and salvation. Location is not important as this could happen anywhere but it makes space and time irrelevant when the love of a child is at stake.

BookTrail Boarding Pass: Swimming for Beginners

Destination: London, New York  Author/guide: Nicola Gill   Departure Time: 2024

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