About Janet Denny
Janet Denny has been writing all her life. She has written Autobiographical Novels about life in London’s East End in the fifties. She has had Two Plays Published plus Several Poems and Articles.
Janet’s autobiographical novels are printed under her maiden name Janet Page due to another author called Janet Denny writing about the east end of London.
The Books shown below are available direct by contacting the Author at the above email address.
Creosote and Celery
The First of three Autobiographical Novels set in London’s East End
It was 1973 and the bomb that exploded at the Railway Station triggered a memory for Janet Foster. Taking her back in time to 1953……The Post War Years in London’s East was a tough time for families still clearing up from the blitz and struggling to come to terms with the loss of loved ones.
The Foster family and their relations in Hall Road were looking forward to the Queen’s Coronation, and were intending to celebrate with great gusto. Will Foster grinned at his family “It will be a time of great rejoicing for everyone” he said, “A time to reflect on the past and look forward to the future. As the Coronation day dawned and the celebrations began however, a different kind of struggle was to take place in Hall Road, a struggle that threatened to break hearts and tear the once close knit family apart.
The second of the Autobiographical novels set in London’s East End. At the beginning of 1958 tragedy strikes the Foster Family bringing with it heartache and pain that shakes their world.
For Arthur Foster it is the end of his world and things can never be the same again, but as Will Foster says “We’ve come through worse, and we will come through this”.
As the year unfolds, however more problems arise which bring changes to each and everyone. Are they strong enough to battle their problems this time, or will it change their lives forever?
Joy And Peace
A book of Poetry with Photographs.
All That Life Means
A booklet of Poetry with Photographs.
Memories and Dreams
A booklet of Poetry with Photographs.
Words My Mother Taught Me
Poems my Mother taught me, the words of these I have never forgotten over the years.
A Guide To Writing and Producing a
One Act Play
This book will give you ideas about characters and settings with exercises that will help to write your own play by the time you get to the end of the book.
“It Happened Like This M’Lud!”
A Victorian Court Case
Comedy in Rhyme -
A One Act Comedy set in a court Room. The play is in rhyme and all the characters have names of herbs. Mrs Myrtle Mugwort is the accused. She is in court accused of assault and for stealing a cartload of hay. As each witness is brought to the stand the truth of that fateful day comes to light in a rather farcical way.
The Landlord Cometh
A One Act Comedy set in a court Room. The play is in rhyme and all the characters have names of herbs. Mrs Myrtle Mugwort is the accused. She is in court accused of assault and for stealing a cartload of hay. As each witness is brought to the stand the truth of that fateful day comes to light in a rather farcical way.The Landlord Cometh. A One-
Set in a Semi in Highgate in 2008, the action takes place in the lounge of Sybil and Derek. The decoration is a little old fashioned with a small settee centre stage and two armchairs with 2 small tables for drinks. The two main characters have invited Derek’s Brother Melvyn and his wife Carol to dinner for Sybil’s 70th Birthday. Things don’t go according to plan however, when Carol, who is learning the art of Witchcraft, tries to practice her spells on a certain member of the family.
The Books shown above are available direct by contacting the Author at the above email address.