Let’s get the boring bio out of the way first: I was born in South Wales, but moved to East Sussex with my family when barely even a toddler.

My early career was in finance, administration and human resources. Then I worked as a secondary school teaching assistant for three very rewarding yet challenging years. I began writing fiction in 2010 and am a member of Shorelink Writers.

Now for the more interesting bit (I hope):

In my latest novel, A Shadow’s Voice, Jessica Porter becomes unwitting host to an entity whose purpose is to help humans through difficult periods of their life.

Vibes is about a girl with an unwanted ‘gift’ that enables her to feel other people’s emotions.

Splitting Infinities is a general/psychological fiction novel about a woman who lost her son and begins experiencing worrying memory lapses (or so she thinks).

Turning Points (my debut novel) and the sequel, Doorsteps & Dreams, are an historical fiction story about a Welsh girl named Carys Bowen and her life growing up in the 1940s and 50s, then continuing into the 60s in the second book.

To receive news feeds on my latest information and promotions (including free book days), go to my Facebook page and ‘like’ the page, or go to the Contact tab and email me asking to be added to my mailing list.

My ebooks are available from Amazon, Smashwords, Ibooks, Kobo and Barnes & Noble (Click on your preferred retailer to go directly to my novels). Splitting Infinities and Vibes are also available in paperback (from Amazon only).

If you have enjoyed one or more of my books, I would very much appreciate it if you would visit the online retailer you purchased it from and spend a few minutes adding a review. It makes a big difference in helping other readers decide whether or not to buy it themselves. A BIG thank you to any of you who have already reviewed my books.

I’m always glad to hear from readers, so if you’d like to contact me, please follow this link to my Contact page and send me a message. I look forward to hearing from you!



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