Caroline F Levy
Caroline was born In Chatham Kent in 1970. She now lives in Yorkshire with her daughter and their five mad cats.
Her first memories of any book would have been her mother reading The Enormous Turnip.
Caroline grew up with the classics; Little Women, The Railway Children. But it would have been The House That Died and Bluebeard that she can remember wanting to read.
Caroline’s first encounter with writing was a school competition. A new school song was needed, four verses in total. Being chosen as a winner for one of those verses was great, and gave Caroline quite the confidence boost. Caroline stopped reading so much in her late teens to her mid twenties. Life seemed to always be too busy for that pile of books she, so wanted to read. It was when she went into hospital for a extended stay to have her daughter, that gave time for Caroline to start reading again.
It wasn’t until Caroline was in her late twenties that the urge to write resurfaced. Spending a few years trying to complete an online creative writer’s course without much success, this led her to what she is writing now. So never give up if you really want to write!
Caroline is very influenced by Fantasy fiction / Horror, most of the books she reads are in this genre. She had many authors influence her over the years, Anne Rice in the beginning, also Laurel K Hamilton, one of her biggest heroes. Caroline discovered the world of Indie Authors when she moved onto E-books. She discovered there are literally thousands of very talented Indie Authors out there, and they are always happy to say hello.
Welcome to the Family has now been published, Nikki’s Revenge should be out late summer 2013, and Protecting the Family towards the end of 2013.
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If there is one thing Nikki Palomar is sure of, it’s that she has cop blood running through her veins. Growing up, Nikki never knew what happened to her father, apart from one fact—he was killed on the job. Darwin Palomar has been a forbidden subject all her life, but all this has done is fuel her thirst for answers.Will Nikki find what she is looking for? Or will she discover the one thing...
Welcome To The Family
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“Do you believe in things that go bump in the night?”
At only a few hours old, Angela is left on the steps of St Paul’s church. Alone in the world, the only link she has to her past is a pink blanket bearing an emblem with two crossed swords and a snake.
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