Hi everyone! THANK YOU to everyone who has read and reviewed Keep Her Safe so far. Reviews mean everything to an author! You can order Keep Her Safe through this link… https://geni.us/KeepHerSafeCover How far would you go to protect your daughter? A mother is gripped by fear as her daughter approaches adulthood, in this novel Read More
Cover reveal and pre-order coming VERY soon for my debut novel, out on 22nd July 2022! Watch this space!
Query: To ask a question about something, especially in order to express one’s doubts about it or to check its validity or accuracy, “many people queried whether any harm had been done.” As many of you who follow me on Twitter know, earlier this year I returned to the slush pile full of hope and Read More
Change: an act or process through which something becomes different. I’ve just left my seven year old crying at the school gates. He’s not good with change, even ones he is used to and has done many times before. And neither am I, even though over the years I’ve been forced to deal with many Read More
A few weeks ago I was asked what being in the middle meant, and I replied, ‘mundane.’ If you’re in the middle you’re either winning nor losing. The middle is neither success or failure. Neither happy or sad. Being in the middle is nothing, right? I went to a one to one Pilates class this Read More
My youngest son wears hearing aids, he’s not profoundly deaf, but his condition makes it hard for him to hear. And I find it very frustrating when he gets disciplined at school for ‘not listening.’ What the teacher needs to say is that he hasn’t followed the instruction given, not that he didn’t hear it Read More
There’s been a lot of talk recently on social media and in newspaper articles about prams in hallways and whether in order to be an effective writer you need time away from your children and familial responsibilities, think Doris Lessing. And then there’s the ongoing gender pay gap debate, talk of glass ceilings and the Read More
You’ll discover the wonderful irony of this blog post as I get going, procrastination is an ever present curse… I’m currently sat in the local coffee shop, with two fellow writer friends, writing novel number two, whilst novel number one is with an editor. And, of course, after every word I type I am checking Read More