Soul Sister

In 1913, the Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison, was trampled to death in The Derby, trying to attach a scarf in the suffragette colours to the bridle of the King’s horse. Bertie Jones, the jockey, survived the incident but was haunted by Emily’s face coming towards him. Years later he committed suicide.

What if two souls violently crashing in one life could meet in another?

This is a story of present day teenager Olivia Moon who, in a past life, was Emily Wilding Davison. It is a story about what it is to be a young woman growing up today. It is a story of the tumult of first love; of learning to stand up for who you are; of having a voice.

Read the first three chapters:

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