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The ACW Biography and Memoir

Still Emily by Emily Owen

Emily Owen was a multi talented teenager. At the age of 16, she was diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF2). Over the coming years, NF2 would steal her education, her smile, her hearing, her ability to walk.  With gentle humour and heart-breaking honesty, Emily shares her story. Slowly and painfully, she discovers value in new places, seeing the rainbows in the silence.

No longer I? by Howard Webber

I have something I need to say before you go. You are the worst officer this corps has ever had.” Those harsh words of indictment, spoken in judgment at the end of Howard Webber’s first Salvation Army pastorate, set the tone for his compelling lessons in practical Christian discipleship woven throughout the pages of ‘No Longer I?

Finding Myself in Britain by Amy Boucher Pye

Think Michele Guinness meets Bill Bryson. Finding Myself In Britain is a witty, insightful look at faith, identity and the quirks of British life by a stranger-turned-friend. 

Funnily Enough by Sophie Neville

The illustrated diary of a single girl aged thirty who returns to live with her eccentric parents after being diagnosed with a mystery illness akin to ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. While languishing in Gloucestershire, Sophie has time to contemplate issues of friendship, family and faith, as she takes a quirky and at times hilarious route to recovery.

The Making of Swallows and Amazons

Life as an ordinary school girl changed dramatically for Sophie when she was cast as Titty alongside Virginia McKenna, Ronald Fraser and Suzanna Hamilton in the original movie of ‘Swallows and Amazons’. While living out Arthur Ransome’s epic adventure in the Lake District, Sophie kept a diary chronicling life on a film set in the early 1970s when eating fruit was a treat and disasters were an almost daily occurrence. 

Ride the Wings of the Morning

A conventional English girl arrives in South Africa to help a friend run horseback safaris and ends up driving medical supplies to an orphanage in war-torn Mozambique. This true story is told through correspondence sent back and forth between Sophie and her family in England.

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