- Death Wish...
'I loved this book from the outset...' Susan Hampson
- Baby Dear...
'...this is a book that will stick with me.' Tracy Thomas
- Ward Zero...
'Full 5* from me' Sue Ward
- Chosen Child...
'The pace is perfectly controlled even as it races toward the inevitable crash.' Barb Taub
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- Close Encounters of the Malware Kind, or: How to Kill your Computer
- The Writing Life: Getting paid...
- 50 Shades of Being Published
- The Complete 50 Shades
- A budgie called Balthasar
- Shiva, our rescue dog - the whole story
- Switzerland... The Rhine Falls
- Surviving Parenthood
- Seven weeks and counting... Stuff...
- Why Cornwall?
- Word Perfect… English as she is spelled…
- I don't believe it!!!
- Find a publisher, move to a new flat…
- The Attic Room...
'... a chiller read.' Bea Davenport
The Cold Cold Sea...
'Disturbing and compelling...
psychologically astute, edge-of-the-seat story.'
The Paradise Trees...
'An emotionally intelligent thriller - a little gem of a book.'
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Category Archives: The Writing Life
Think of a road, a straight one, like the ones in films, with one lonely car crossing the desert… Your way is clear for miles ahead. Life isn’t like that – we can turn corners and take the road less … Continue reading
I can remember – just – when my parents had a black and white television. I remember my father’s old camera, too, with its black and white photos, most of which are unfortunately now lost. At some point, a new … Continue reading
Back in the nineties, I spent a week with a friend who had just moved to Biddenham. It’s a good area for a visit from Switzerland – Bedford just a hop down the road, and Cambridge and London less than … Continue reading
I was in England over the weekend – a flying visit from Zürich Airport to London Luton, and it was my first-ever Easy Jet flight. I was pleasantly surprised – my knees didn’t touch the seat in front, there was … Continue reading
It’s publication day for Death Wish, so we’ll be celebrating in N.E. Switzerland tonight! A big thank you to everyone in the Bloodhound Books team for their work with my book, and to all my friends – online and off … Continue reading
When I was a child, my greatest wish was to own a pony. Unfortunately, we lived in the middle of Glasgow, and a pony would have decimated the family finances anyway. I had to make do with a budgie, and … Continue reading