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My passion in life is writing - and always has been really. I love writing teen fiction and I am currently working on a number of different projects. I'm working on the tenth in the Seltham Community College Series, Lucy's Lucky Locket at the moment. That one should be out in Spring 2014. I've started working on a spin-off series based on the Stan series - sometimes ideas take off in my brain and I can't let them go - so look out for Phase 5, White Water, Kallie's Secret and The Watchtower. There may be more, but that's it for now...
I'm still working pretty much full-time and I write in my spare time, fitting it in around my family - which roughly translates as the house-work never gets done and I spend most of my days off with a lap-top on my knee! Life is good - actually it's great:)
My other great passions in life are Harry Potter and Muse. I also really love the Twilight Saga and The Host by Stephenie Meyer and the Thoughtless saga by S C Stephens. I never stop reading and I never stop writing either!
Harry Potter is and always will be my all-time favourite hero and I read (and watch, as I have all of the DVD's too.) the books over and over - I now have the kindle versions too, so Harry is with me wherever I go! (I truly am the only person I know that has three sets of the same books in the same house! Actually make that four with my daughter's collection! Actually better make that five - we've started collecting them in French now too - don't ask!)
My family all think I'm bonkers but I'm very proud to have been put in Gryffindor on the Pottermore site - it must have been because I kept saying 'Not Slytherin!'
I can't tell you how much I love Muse too. I've seen them four times in concert already and I can't wait to see them again.
As for the Twilight saga - well what can I say? Team Edward all the way...
on Dec. 11, 2012 :
i really enjoyed this book :) great job!!! beautiful story!!
(review of free book)
on July 15, 2012 :
A bold young lady catches the eye of a young man with secrets. Their meetings lead to love, and their one sexual encounter leaves the young lady in disgrace. She is immediately sent away without being able to give an explanation to the young man and neither of the young people know the true identity of the other. Years pass and the two meet again but both now have secrets to hide that pose a dilemma to them ever being together.
This short story has a very sympathetic hero with a stuttering problem and a heroine who is able to see past what society would see as a defect in him. I give the author credit for using this plot device; however, the story is told in a rather simplistic way. Also the passage of five years was glossed over with little explanation of what the characters did in that time and occurred so abruptly that it was disruptive to the story's flow. Nevertheless, I plan to read Phillip Brunswick Is Getting Married, as I had purchased it at the time I purchased this story, and I am curious to read what the author has in store for Ephraim's brother Phillip (even though the title gives it away).
(reviewed within a week of purchase)