V. T. Davy


Born in London, Vic Tanner Davy now lives in the Channel Islands. When not working in an office crunching numbers, Vic is a writer of L.G.B.T. and historical fiction. Vic has been a writer and amateur historian for decades, with a special interest in British history between the wars, and the German occupation of the Channel Islands (1940-1945). Vic’s first novel, Black Art, is a thriller featuring Arty Shaw, the world’s first female-to-male transgender genealogist/detective. It was named one of Kirkus Reviews’ top 100 books of 2012.

Vic’s writing also examines issues of gender and sexuality, an area in which Vic is interested, being transgendered. Vic’s second novel, A Very Civil Wedding, is a lesbian romance that examines the issues surrounding same-sex marriage.

Vic has an M.B.A. from the University of Durham and is a member of the Institute of Fundraising.

Smashwords Interview

Where did life begin?
I was born in 1971, in London, on the hottest day of that year. It was the men's final at Wimbledon and the title went to the Australian, John Newcombe, after five sets. As a result, I had many childhood birthday parties where we were in the garden and the adults were inside watching Bjorn or Martina take the last set on the telly!
How was your childhood?
Very stable. Very British. Very middle class. The Seventies was a great time to be a child. I had my bike, my Star Wars figures, and a faux leather jacket like John Travolta in "Grease".

We moved to Jersey from London in 1975 so I also had access to fantastic beaches. My friends and I would spend the summer holidays there. Happy. Really happy.
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Black Art
Promotional video for "Black Art" by V.T.Davy. Published 1 November 2012.


A Very Civil Wedding
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 73,820. Language: British English. Published: September 27, 2013. Category: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian
When Princess Alexandra, the eldest daughter of the Prince of Wales, wishes to marry her long-time partner, Lieutenant-Commander Grace Stephens, their wedding has the potential to cause a constitutional crisis. In this thoughtful and thought-provoking novel, V. T. Davy examines the relationship between the monarchy and the church, and the arguments for and against same-sex marriage.

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british    church    civil    england    gay    glbt    lesbian    lgbt    marriage    monarchy    princess    religion    romance    royal    samesex    very    wedding