Hilary Halliwell


Short story writer Hilary Halliwell is well known to readers of the most popular UK women's magazines including, My Weekly, The People's friend and Woman's Weekly for both, deeply emotional and, humorous stories too. She has seen her work published in Australia's leading magazines Woman's Day and Fast Fiction. This is the first anthology containing a selection of Hilary's short stories that she hopes will make you, the reader, laugh and cry...
'I love writing short fiction and gauge whether or not my story will please by the emotional response it generates in me as I write it. I tackle subjects that touch all of us at some point in our life. Birth, love, life, laughter and loss, all so closely linked. And of course, those situations that we get ourselves into from time to time that hopefully we can laugh about later on! I want my readers to live what my characters are going through as they read the story, be it happy or sad. I want them to be able to say, 'that's what I felt like when...'
Hilary has had over 125 stories and articles published to date. She has had her poetry included in three anthologies, and has had a 'spooky' real life ghost story published in the breast cancer true ghost stories anthology, 'Scary Shorts for Halloween' published by Accent Press. She has also had two children's stories published By DC Thomson's My Weekly.
Hilary is currently working on her first full length romantic novel and is busy planning a dark murder mystery full length novel to follow.


This member has not published any books.