Kaye Vincent


Kaye Vincent wanted to be an author from the age of eleven, inspired by a wide span of books, the film Spartacus and a need to tell stories. She took a long route through a varied career, mainly in documentation and training, before writing for theatre. Kaye wrote musicals with her collaborator, the composer Kaye Tompkins, for over 10 years and earned representation through The Sharland Organisation. Kaye V returned to the world of book fiction in 2010, but the publishing arena had changed. She decided in 2012 to learn how to self-publish and has had the most fulfilling experience seeing her work go to print and into e-book platforms: "It's hard work, emotionally testing and technical, but my word - how empowering! Keep going all my fellow authors, I'm proud to stand with you. And to my fellow readers...I hope you're having as much fun as I am discovering the new wealth of fiction that indie-publishing has made available. Exciting times."

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The Treeman
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 143,480. Language: English. Published: July 19, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal, Fiction » Women's fiction » Chick lit
What would you do if a ghost told you to get a life? See what happens when Izzy takes his advice and moves to sleepy Hanningdon for a fresh start. Expecting peace, she is confronted by a beautiful, gifted and disturbed young man living in the oak tree outside her window. His brother, a host of outrageous characters and a touch of gypsy magic make this a compelling and exquisite romance.

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contemporary    drama    england    family    ghosts    gypsies    gypsy    love    magic    paranormal    relationships    romance    romanies    romany    supernatural    suspense    village life