My earliest memory of writing was in filling up pages and pages in an exercise book, with no punctuation, poor spelling and illegible handwriting – but it was so exciting, to get what existed only inside my head onto paper.

I’ve done a whole variety of paid jobs in my life, and lived in many places. I’ve been a stay-at-home mum to four children. I have qualifications in a few complimentary therapies and have been on both a yoga journey and a spiritual quest since 1990. Since I was young I’ve been interested in health, cooking, nature, and gardening – these things feed into my writing, as do the complexities of human emotion and interaction. I completed a degree in Creative Writing with English Literature in 2012 to make me a more considered writer with some purpose. I’ve written prolifically ever since. It’s now 2016 and I’m about to embark on my Masters at University of Kent. The goal is the same as ever – to write because it’s vital to my well being.




2 Responses to About

  1. Julie says:

    I can totally relate to this. I used to fill my rough note books at school with stories and comic strips for the enjoyment of my classmates. Maybe I should concentrate on writing Graphic Novels.

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  2. josieblueowl says:

    Why not give it a go Julie. I tried illustrating my own children’s books but found it hard as my drawing skills are not so practised.My eldest son created a cartoon dragon who gobbled pasties all the time when he was young.


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