Jean Fullerton

About me

Jean was born within the sound of Bow Bells and her books are set all in London’s East End. Her first novel, No Cure for Love, won the Harry Bowling prize in 2006. Her second, A Glimpse at Happiness, was shortlisted for the 2010 Romantic Novel of the Year. Perhaps Tomorrow, her third, won the Festival of Romance’s Best Historical Romance is 2012. Her latest, Call Nurse Millie, set in post-war East London is out in May 2013. She is published by Orion.

From my website

Looking Back with Affection.

 I once asked a group of twelve friends if anyone could put Richard II, Henry II and Edward II in chronological order. I’m sad to report only two managed it and one of those admitted it was a lucky guess. There ensued a discussion about history. Some said they hated it…

My mum’s 1940s wedding dress.

  I thought you’d like to have a look at a Fullerton family heirloom; my mum’s 1948 wedding dress. I used it as the template for the wedding dress Millie helped Connie make in Call Nurse Millie.     Although my parents were married on the 14th August 1948, almost six…

Who Do I Think I Am?

I suppose like me you always wondered if there was a grain of truth in all those stories you were told as a child about your family history.  I did but now thanks to the wonder of the internet I’m happy to report that apart from a couple of little…

 
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