As an Author

I grew up in a town called Livingston, in central Scotland.

I was horse mad from an early age and moved to Aberdeen at 17 to do a degree in Equine Science. After moving back home to Livingston 4 years later I worked as a care assistant for the elderly and infirm until I got a job in the equestrian industry. Since then I have followed my line of work across Scotland until I took time out to have my children.

After leaving my job as a riding instructor to have my kids, I was never able to return to work due to some very long and complicated family and health issues. I began writing again shortly after the birth of my second child and in that year, I wrote the first three full novels of my Saga of Thistles and Roses series. Writing is a passion and though I have had to take a break recently due to personal issues and then being accepted to Edinburgh College of Art to study Product Design, I still find time to write and aim to complete the saga at the earliest opportunity.

I am currently writing the fifth novel in the Warrior Queen Series, the first series from The Saga of Thistles and Roses.

7 Responses to As an Author

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  2. bookheathen says:

    Thought you might like to know I’ve posted a review of ‘For King and Country’ on my blog at bookheathen.wordpress.com
    Kind regards,
    Andrew

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