June Kearns

CIMG6903After spending several years working as a photographic assistant in London’s swinging 60’s, June who has born and brought up in Wolverton, North Buckinghamshire, opted for a teaching career in Leicester. She has been writing since copying out Enid Blyton to see how she did it, and after winning a competition for her first chapter in a national magazine, went on to write The Englishwoman’s Guide to the Cowboy – a Victorian romance set against the backdrop of the American West.

Her new novel is set in the English shires after the Great War and on a million-acre cattle ranch in south-west Texas, where the heroine becomes embroiled with cattle barons, oil wells, and then ultimately love. June sees the New Romantics Press is a group of four writers, each with a different voice, flouting convention and finding a new way forward.



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