Writers Inspiring Change book review: Cappuccino Daydreams: Buckland Gap 3
Cappuccino Daydreams: Buckland Gap 3, by Charles Wiltshire is a fictional drama, the 3rd book in this series about Steven Harding, who grew up in Portsmouth England under the umbrella of a class of poor, indigent and criminal family members and friends, ended up in prison and when he got out, returned to his hometown to start a new life. In this 3rd book, Steven is faced with new challenges as he tries to redefine himself - work place corruption and the imminent loss of his closest friends. Cappuccino Daydreams puts us in touch with a darker side of society and the author holds back no punches in his narrative, drawing the reader's curiosity page after page to see if Steven will weather the storms, or fall back into an old lifestyle again. It's an inspiring story about a reformed criminal trying to find his place in society.
Review by International Writers Inspiring Change
About C.S. Wiltshire
Tell us about yourself …CS: My name is CS Wiltshire and I hail from Hampshire in England. My work experience is based around the IT industry but in my heart I have always wanted to be full time author. I love creating stories and building fictional worlds. My other loves in life are cooking, running and motorbikes.
IWIC: What inspired your writing …CS: I have been reading novels since a very early age. In my younger days it was mainly science fiction but as I matured my scope of reading spread into most genres. Now, I will read anything as long as the story is interesting. This is now my second novel.
IWIC: Is there a message in your books …CS: There is a message in Changes – Buckland Gap2. Everyone can change for the better. It may not be easy but if the desire exists then nothing is out of reach.
IWIC: Tell us about your new book …CS: My latest book is Changes – Buckland Gap 2. This book is a gritty and sometimes violent story of a young man, Steven Harding, who was trapped in a world of poverty, anger and despair. He ended up in prison where, thanks to determination and hard work, he started on a long road of change and hope for a better life. When he was finally released, the road for change became even harder as his family tried to draw him back into his previous life. Steven meanwhile, wants to study at university and start a new future. This is the follow-up to the hard hitting and controversial Buckland Gap and is a story of hope. We can all change. We can all take a better path, if we want. The story itself is set around a short period in the protagonist’s life during which he tries to set his new life in motion while avoiding the anger of his family for being gay and wanting to enroll at university.