I'm a current physiotherapy student at the University of Leicester and I'm loving every second of it!
I'm relatively new to writing having only just published my first book but I have more in the pipeline and hopefully will appeal to a wide range of people.
I have a very diverse writing style that hopefully will produce a wide catalog of titles that will appeal to the masses (that's the goal anyway).
So my books... I've just published Cancer: We Beat You which is a very thought provoking short ebook (and print!) about me batting through school whilst my mum had Cancer. The true effect of this I only realised years later and I decided to do the hard thing and put it into words how I felt at the time. It's not morbid though and hopefully shows you that Cancer isn't necessarily something to be scared of as my mum came through it all and is bossing me around just like before!
I'm currently writing a teenage spy novel (well the 'teen' is actually 20) and I want to make this into a series. More on this soon!
And if neither of those are to your taste later in 2015 I'm looking to publish some self-help at home guides to common conditions and how best to treat these employing my physiotherapy knowledge. This will of course be after I've qualified so I actually know what I'm talking about!
What do you read for pleasure?
I read a lot of spy fiction, CIA, MI6 I love it all! I love thrillers and especially love books by Robert Muchamore.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I use Kindle. I had a original Kindle for a while but have now upgraded to a Kindle paperwhite
With the war in Syria heating up and western interests in the region at stake would people really go as far as helping one side? With an agent in trouble when she finds out the answer, Adam Harriott is tasked with helping her escape all whilst he is on holiday. Oh and this just happens to be his first holiday with his girlfriend...
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Simply these revision guides are a collection of clear and concise revision notes, just what you need to know presented in an easy to read format. Simple!