Born 1943. I have had three careers – biology teacher, advertising features writer and chiropodist. Married with two children and two grandchildren, I live in West Sussex. UK.
I have always loved writing. When I helped my husband run a grocer shop I wrote humorous monthly articles for The Independent Grocer magazine.
I became the advertising features writer on the Worthing Herald and then the Portsmouth News where I was trained as a reporter and an editor.
I have taken an on-line creative writing course with Winged Halo and now run a writing group for the U3A and edit a biodiversity newsletter.
I am also a storyteller and have researched folk tales from many countries.
My published work includes various poems and short stories plus a book co-written with a friend on how to train budgerigars. Thirteen books of short stories and a book of poems have been self-published on Kindle.
Contacts through writing websites have enabled me to have the Kiya and the God of Chaos professionally edited and copy edited. The e-book is a compilation of a trilogy, which is available in hard-back version on Amazon