Coming – How not to be a Soldier

We’re delighted to be working with Lorna Brown on her forthcoming memoir, How not to be a Soldier.

Lorna was born in Hull and joined the British Army in 1981 — having had her fill of education — and spent six years serving Queen and country (in a fashion). With a string of varied careers behind her, she has finally settled into life as a personal assistant in a hospital.

Having raised her daughter and endured two failed marriages, she is once again ready for some “me” time and currently lives in South West London with her daughter and granddaughter. She is busy working on the second lively instalment in her “How not to…” series.

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