Pip Le Cornu, writing as Pipyn Boult, has literally seen the world. Due to her father’s career, she has lived in Iraq, Cyprus, Singapore, Sierra Leone and South Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands, where her father was the District Commissioner. Then she joined P&O as a Purser Officer on passenger liners, cruising the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Alaska and the Orient plus sailing several times to Australia: voyages which have taken her through the Panama Canal 24 times.
Now widowed, Pip breeds pedigree Dexter cattle and Teeswater sheep on a small farm in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, exhibiting and judging at shows countrywide. She has a son and twin daughters.
Pip is putting the finishing touches to her memoir, provisionally titled: Caicos Moon, about coming-of-age on a romantic tropical island in 1966-68. An extract from her book has been published in:
Ian Clark (ed), Thunderbolts & Haggomsteeans:
An Anthology of Poems and Stories by Whitby Writers (2016),
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