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Patient 71 by Julie Randall

The best part of writing a Patient 71 was … 

Processing my ordeal from start to finish AND discovering I love to write!

 

Before I was an author I was …

A wife and a mother trying to find a way to stay alive for my daughters.

 

In three words Patient 71 is …

Raw….. Emotional…. and hopefully …. Inspiring. Whoops that’s more than three.

 

When I’m not writing I …

Hanging out with my hubby , my girls and my friends.  Running, riding bikes, having fun.

 

The book that changed my life was…

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe… I loved escaping to Narnia.

  • Patient 71 - Julie Randall

    An inspiring true story of resilience, tenacity and a promise that fuelled one woman's fight for life.

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