About Beatrice Holloway
Beatrice Holloway is a playwright and author who has been writing children’s stories since 2014. In 2015, Beatrice was appointed Children’s Storyteller on Hillingdon Narrowboats Association which has led her to write about canal life. TSL has contracted to publish Beatrice’s stories about Rhys and his friends. You can contact Beatrice through her author-site or Facebook. Her other publications can be accessed on Smashwords.
Beatrice has written a number of children’s books: Towing Path Tales, More Towing Path Tales and A Particular Year as well as a number of science experiments for children – all available as ebooks.
The London Borough of Hillingdon library service has published two of her children’s stories and awarded her with a Certificate of merit – ‘In recognition of an outstanding contribution to the Arts’. Beatrice was also awarded a Lottery Grant to write a commissioned historical play: Commoner to Coronet.
Beatrice is a retired teacher and a member of The Society of Women Writers and Journalists and the Society of Authors.
Books and Plays by Beatrice
In Less than 10 Minutes (Medium length play, 2018) (script)
Governed by Magpies (Medium length play, 2018) (script)
A Certain Monday (Medium length play, 2018) (script)
From Commoner to Coronet (Full length play, 2018) (script)
Plays for Young Actors (6 short plays, 2019) (script)
Connie’s Lovely Boy (2019) (script)
The Adventures of Rhys
Training a Greyhound (2017) – (book) (ebook)
Urgent! Pocket Money Required (2017) – (book) (ebook)
Disasters and Delights of Family Celebrations (2017) – (book) (ebook)
The Sometimes Society (2017) – (book) (ebook)
Enormous Responsibilities (2019) (book) (ebook)
When Rhys Fell out a Tree (2019) (book) (ebook)
Archie’s Children (2019) (book) (ebook)
A Man from the North East (Historical Fiction, 2018) – (book) (ebook)
Elusive Destiny (novel reprint, 2018) (book) (ebook)
Facts, Folklore and Feasts of Christmas (2020) (book) (ebook)