Gary Mill is a Scottish writer of novels, screenplays and songs. As a songwriter he has achieved a number of chart hits in Europe, Brazil and South East Asia. In 2013, he reached the final stage of the BBC’s ‘Script Room’ (one of twenty-two finalists selected from four thousand script submissions) and now features on the BBC’s Writers List. Gary’s first four books – ‘The Leper and the Angel’, ‘Blackfriar’, ‘Saskia’s Soldier’ and ‘Parcel of Rogues’ – have already featured in a number of Amazon Top-100 fiction charts: ‘Action/Adventure’, ‘War’, ‘Mystery Thriller’, ‘Scottish Crime’ and ‘Dark Comedy’. His fifth story has just been published (‘My Good Lady’) and he is currently working on his sixth book.
With ref to ‘My Good Lady’ (published today on Amazon Kindle – only available in digital format at the moment), it covers the period between 1914 and 1917 and follows Elsie and her girls as they serve on the front line in Serbia, Romania and revolutionary Russia. As discussed, it’s a ‘fictional’ account of a true story – incorporating a number of made-up characters and incidents – however, in essence, it follows the historical timeline and events fairly accurately. The whole point of this treatment was to dramatise the events for the reader, as other objective historial works had already served well in presenting the hard historial facts. I wanted to try and get people to know and understand Elsie and what made her ‘tick’. I also wanted to present a tribute to the memory of all the gallant women who served with the SWH; their sacrifice and devotion to the cause of advancing women’s rights and saving lives should never be forgotten.
In Loving Memory Please join us as we gather together in loving memory, to commemorate the lives of the brave women of foreign medical missions in Serbia during the Great War. We remember Lady Paget, Dr Elsie Inglis, Dr Catherine McPhail , Mabel Stobart, Flora Sandes, Evelina Haverfield, Dr Isabel Emslie Hutton, Olive King, Dr Elizabeth Ross and hundreds of other women who risked and sacrificed their lives in Serbia and on related fronts. The Commemoration will be held on Sunday, March 13th, 2016 1.30 – 3.00 pm Saint Sava Church, London This event is organised by St Sava Serbian Orthodox Church and supported by the following Serbian organisations: Serbian Council of Great Britain, Serbian Society, Serbian City Club, Kolo Srpskih Sestara Kosovka Devojka and Britic. With the support of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Great Britain. RSVP by Friday 11th March to confirm attendance either to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com St Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, 89 Lancaster Road, London W11 1Q