Author: Gil Mcneil
Gil McNeil is the author of the bestselling The Only Boy for Me, Stand By Your Man, and In The Wee Small Hours. The Only Boy For Me has been made into a major ITV prime-time drama starring Helen Baxendale to be broadcast in 2007. Gil McNeil has edited four collections of stories with Sarah Brown, and helps run the charity PiggyBankKids which supports projects that create opportunities for children. Shes lives in Kent with her son and comes from a long line of champion knitters. She is currently working on the sequel to Divas Don’t Knit as well as a scarf and a rather tricky jumper.
Some of the author books:
- Needles and Pearls by Gil Mcneil. Slip one A year after her husband’s death, Jo Mackenzie is finally starting to get the hang of being a single parent. Knit two together The boys are thriving in their new seaside home, the wool shop is starting to do well and despite two weddings, an in-school knitting project and Trevor the Wonder Dog coming to…
- Stand by Your Man by Gil Mcneil. Is it better to forgive and forget, or should you just get even? Is it possible to live in the country and not lose your mind completely? Do chickens really make good pets? And what exactly is a hardy perennial? Alice Mayhew, part-time architect and full-time mother to Alfie, is to gardening what Alan Titchmarsh is…
- The Only Boy for Me by Gil Mcneil
You live in rural bliss, you’ve got a great job in town, and he’s crazy about you. The only problem is, he’s only six years old. Most people would think Annie Baker had got it made: an idyllic life in the country and a great job in town as a film producer. And so she would, if it weren’t for the men in her life….