It's pronounce Goo-lad-verth (Welsh is spelt differently). I’ve lived in the UK for most of my life and work in education. I’ve always wanted to write but only recently managed to actually put some words to paper. Dw i’n mynd i wella, as they say in Wales. I read somewhere that 40% or so of women have had some sort of sexual relationship with another women. I thought I'd write stories about this, based on experiences and the stories of women I know.
And I'm also interested in sexual ethics and the way what is right or wrong (sexually) redefines itself over the years. And how and why that happens. So, I've put that in some of my books too.
Describe your desk
Cluttered. i really need to tidy it more.
What do you read for pleasure?
Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Philosophy, Current Affairs... and, of course, Erotica
Kate is a student, hitching her way to Glastonbury in 1995. Julie is a newly separated housewife in her 40s, driving home. Against her better judgement, she picks Kate up and gets taken on a voyage of discovery that changes her life.
Note: This consists of two stories, one from Julie's point of view and the other telling the same events from Kate's point of view and extending the story a bit.
A Love story. Julie is in love with a younger man. Her life is complete, she feels so much happier and so does he. There's only one problem: He's her son. A tale of Forbidden Love and its consequences. And an examination of the arguments used to justify those consequences.