Get Over It

By F. Linday

Personal growth, Education & teaching | Paperback, eBook


John is only fifteen and misses his mum when she dies. With his father, Steve, they are sailing around Greece to extend the summer holiday. It’s a case of delaying facing the music, by changing their scenery and running away. Back to the U.K. they man up to allow some counsellors to help. Hannah from church does her bit helping John deal with the past. But their home holds so many painful memories. Eventually, they begin to deal with it, together. Eventually, they adapt to losing her with a lot of help from their friends. Their future starts to look brighter! 'Earlier that month, back home, I wasn’t completely fazed when it dawned on me Mum couldn’t make it. I should have known. Anyway, since then I agreed to come along to help my dad out. But I didn’t want to come. I was doing him a favour, although why I should, I really don’t know. After all he’s never done anything for me. Get over it? How could I? The main person in my life was gone... forever.'


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John is only fifteen and misses his mum when she dies. With his father, Steve, they are sailing around Greece to extend the summer holiday. It’s a case of delaying facing the music, by changing their scenery and running away. Back to the U.K. they man up to allow some counsellors to help. Hannah from church does her bit helping John deal with the past. But their home holds so many painful memories. Eventually, they begin to deal with it, together. Eventually, they adapt to losing her with a lot of help from their friends. Their future starts to look brighter! 'Earlier that month, back home, I wasn’t completely fazed when it dawned on me Mum couldn’t make it. I should have known. Anyway, since then I agreed to come along to help my dad out. But I didn’t want to come. I was doing him a fa...


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Fiona is an East Midlands writer. Get Over It, adventures were published by Onwards and Upwards. That sensitively covered adjustment to youth bereavement. Before that, her prize-winning short story, ‘Off the Beaten Track’ was published on the web. It raised awareness and challenged attitudes. Her work often showcases contemporary issues winning the Unique Writing Publications Short Story Award with some prose non-fiction entitled Love (a cathartic tale for adults about surviving a miscarriage). This is in an American anthology called Spiritual Awakenings. In an eBook anthology of short stories, for a crossover audience called The Heavenly Road Trip with Help For Writers. She’s branched out into various Lifelong Learning settings as a vocational creative writing practitioner. As an EX member of the National Association of Writers in Education, she’s written magazine articles about pedagogy. Now with Associate Membership of the Society of Authors. For 2015, her The Real Me new adult story of a student’s life balancing tale is included in a collection by Leicester Writers called, Klicbait Volume 2. Her poetry was included in anthology, 'Welcome to Leicester' in 2016.


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Fiona is an East Midlands writer. Get Over It, adventures were published by Onwards and Upwards. That sensitively covered adjustment to youth bereavement. Before that, her prize-winning short story, ‘Off the Beaten Track’ was published on the web. It raised awareness and challenged attitudes. Her work often showcases contemporary issues winning the Unique Writing Publications Short Story Award wit...


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