Fiona Faith Ross is an English teacher from a family of English teachers. She lives in South Devon within earshot of the Dartmouth Steam Railway. At school, they called her "The Swot" because they'd find her in the library reading the Oxford English Dictionary. Along with her interest in the written word, she's always liked science and techy stuff. As a reader, she'll go for science fiction and techno-thrillers and the big "Why are we here?" themes mostly, and lots of other genres too. Her interest as a writer focuses on the interaction between humans and technology, and the wonderful and scary things that could come out of it. Her first novel is entitled Far Out and it's science fiction for teens (and grown-ups). The illustration here is the first cover for Far Out.
Patsy has created a varied and intriguing collection of human relationships. In each story, she poses the question and keeps the reader guessing until the end. Her economical writing style sets and maintains the tension until the end. I am really enjoying reading these stories.