I have published several works to date. Firstly is 'Grey Neighbours', a magical realism novel set in the Peak District, that incorporates a lot of classical fairytale elements into a current, technological world.
As part of a small organisation called Grimalkin Books, I have contributed short stories to a collection called Stealing the Dark, and published two of my own, which are entitled Snow and Broken House.
I have, at one time or another, been an archaeologist, a dresser in a fashion show, an archery coach, a creative writing teacher, an observer for the Met Office, a business manager and a glass blower.
I have been writing since forever, both as a commercial copywriter and fiction. I have written prize-winning short stories and novels that have been well received, if not heavily purchased. These days I live in a village in Leicestershire where I watch clouds and bake cakes as an alternative to doing any work.