I am Woman, Writer, Mother, Wife, Daughter, Sister, Goddess - not necessarily in that order, but I work damned hard at all of them.
Echoes has won the e-book category in the Paris book festival 2013 and has been awarded an Honourable mention in both London and the New England book awards so far. Along with five stars by Reader's Favourite.
Freya's Child is receiving four and five star ratings and is at present being made into an audio book.
My next supernatural novel is due out Winter of 2016 - 'Between Worlds'.
My novella 'Diary of Margery Blake' is due out September 17th 2016
I also re-published 'Adventures of Faerie folk' for young children in July 2016. The first volume of a series of short faerie stories to teach children morals and to live in harmony with nature. I am working on the next collection this year. They will be available on audio books later in the year 2016
My fifth novel, 'Where Rivers Meet', is due out 2017 and I'm researching the prequel to 'Echoes', 'When Roses Fall'.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
The first stories I remember were the 'Famous Five' books by Enid Blyton. I would re-read them repeatedly and re-live the adventure. I wanted to tell stories and make people 'feel'. I found the experience very powerful. I was about six when I started and continued over a number of years.
How do you approach cover design?
I am not an artist, I can barely draw a straight line! So, I am grateful to have an artist friend, Paul who can interpret my story and project it onto the cover. Both of my books have his art on the back. When I first launched 'Echoes' I had it on the front with a plain white background, to see if people could judge a book on it's content alone, but be drawn enough by the artwork - it seems not! So, I changed it, added colour, a few clues as to what lay within the pages and hey ho, it sold more - I find that a bittersweet thing.
A young woman who has been missing for months turns up battered and bloodied, lying next to a headless corpse. The only clue is the murder weapon, an ancient sword dating from the 6th century, that has police and historians baffled.
Hypnotherapy reveals an amazing story that couldn't possibly be true - could it?
Would you give up your life, for love?
Terrible events at a Viking village in the north of England spill over into the present day. Just why are local people so against any disturbance of the site? When the goddess Freya seeks to reclaim her own, things get serious, and Helen and Robert Gunn find themselves fighting for the survival of their little daughter as well as their troubled marriage.
Steps In Time, short stories having to do with some aspect of Time. The 2nd Crimson Cloak Anthology, published in aid of Alzheimer's Disease UK.
Authors: Roger Bone, Janice Clark, Ray Daley, Madeline Dow, T W Embry, Jane Finch, Don Ford, Elizabeth Grace, Rod Martinez, Rodney Page, Esma Race, Doug Rains, P J Roscoe, Wesley Tallant, Chrystal Vaughan, Barbara Weitzner and Gary Winstead.