Trips from Trinidad is about Ebenezer and Louise Tree, who, having spent their last forty years in Trinidad, are voyaging back to England. It tells of what the trip was like and introduces the others on board. Disillusioned tells the story of an English family, the Westons, who decide to emigrate to Utah and become a closer part of the Mormon community there. It takes them through the stages of their disillusionment with the Mormon ways of life. Both of these writings are based on family members from my husband, Philip Day's family.