Highland Hospice’s Netley Day Therapy Centre attendee Hollie Simpson has written a book, ‘Rose and Deon’.
Hollie, 23, who has Cystic Fibrosis, has based the book on her own experiences of living with the illness.
‘Rose and Deon’ has been published by local company For the Right Reasons, and a book launch took place in Highland Hospice’s Netley Day Therapy Centre on Thursday 28th June.
Hollie said, “I’m a keen writer and have always wanted to write my own book. I’m so delighted that my patience and perseverance has paid off and am really grateful to the staff of the Hospice’s Netley Day Therapy Centre for all their support and for organising my book launch.”
Jennie Devlin, Operational Lead for Day Therapy at Highland Hospice said, “We are delighted for Hollie – the book is such a great read and she has done so well to write it and have it published. It was amazing to help her launch ‘Rose and Deon’.”
‘Rose and Deon’ is priced £6 and available on Amazon with all proceeds going to Highland Hospice. It will also be available in the Hospice’s ‘by the river’ Café.