Tonight we’ll wrap up our series of posts about the women participating in Women Aloud Fermanagh. We’re featuring our Secretary, Dianne Trimble (Ascroft) and our Assistant Secretary, Natasha Martin. We hope you are intrigued by the glimpse we’ve given you into our line-up for Women Aloud Fermanagh and will join us on Tuesday evening.
Natasha Martin: Living and working in Co. Fermanagh, Natasha writes from the heart. She likes to appeal to a wide audience, and includes humorous anecdotes in her stories, and poignant emotion in her poetry. She has had both her fiction and non-fiction writing published, and was a founding member of MoPoSoGs (Monaghan Poets & Songwriters Group) before joining Fermanagh Writers in the Summer of 2013.
Dianne Ascroft: She writes historical and contemporary fiction with an Irish connection. Her new series, The Yankee Years, is a collection of novels and short reads, set in World War II Northern Ireland. The history of her adopted country inspires the stories of the urban Canadian, who has settled in Fermanagh with her husband and an assortment of strong willed animals.