Jenny O'Brien was born in Dublin a very long time ago. She's the youngest of four children and always dreamt of being a writer - But firstly she decided to hone her life experiences! She's had over thirty years experience as a nurse and is now living in her fourth country! She's married with three children and is an avid collector of cats, notebooks, broken laptops and Happy Ever After's, two of which you'll always find in her books.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I belong to a great writing group of over three thousand women so most of the fiction I read is via them. I'm also a book reviewer for NetGalley, which allows me access to thousands of pre publication titles - it's like being a chocoholic on a visit to Charlie's Chocolate Factory.
What is your writing process?
I always carry a notebook in the bottom of my bag, squashed up next to the rest of the contents. Sometimes the pages get ripped out at the back to keep the kids amused. But when I have five minutes it's there for me to jot down any ideas, sentences that come to me and then type them up either late at night or first thing in the morning when the house is quiet.
'A cross between Horrible Histories, David Walliams and Roald Dahl' Freya aged 10 years.
'A gripping read, Caroline - grown-up!
Dai Monday is being bullied, but what does he expect with a name like Die! He doesn't think life can get any worse and then it does. What's hidden in Conwy Castle that has all the crooks in a frenzy and where does the ghost of King Arthur come into it all?