I'm very excited to announce my new book deal with Hera Books! You will be able to read two new books from me very soon hurrah 👏🏻 Here is the press release from The Bookseller: I can't wait for you all to read Coming Home To Glendale Hall this September! I really enjoyed writing it… Continue reading New Book Deal!
I'm so excited to announce that my debut novel THE SECOND LOVE OF MY LIFE will be published by Headline in April 2016! It's great to finally be able to share the news with you guys, I've been sitting on it for a while now as we came up with the perfect title for the novel… Continue reading The Second Love Of My Life
Hi everyone! In case you missed the announcement on Twitter or Facebook - and really why do we not hang out in those places as well as here?!! - I have a new agent yay! Really excited to announce that I'm now represented by the lovely Hannah Ferguson at Hardman and Swainson. You can (and… Continue reading New agent news
One of our newspapers The Evening Standard is running a campaign to tackle illiteracy in London. According to the paper, one in three children do not own a book and how one million working adults cannot read in the city. I am shocked that so many people are being held back in the world by… Continue reading Reading is a right not a privledge
London is currently in the midst of night-time rioting. Thankfully my place of work in North London hasn't been too badly affected and I live outside the city so haven't seen anything first-hand and hopefully won't! Watching it on the news and reading it in the newspaper, it's shocking to see so much chaos and… Continue reading London’s burning
Currently the news over here is alight with the story of super injunctions - male celebrities getting the courts to place an injunction on the media reporting their affairs. A famous footballer recently got one taken out to save his affair with a Big Brother contestant from coming out but Twitter revealed his name anyway… Continue reading Superinjunctions are a super waste of time
Growing up, you're taught history at school and you often wonder what it would have been like to actually life through it. It almost doesn't seem real - just pages in a book like a story. My two main subjects in history at school were the Tudors and WW1 and WW2. The wars although far more recent still didn't feel real because I wasn't there.… Continue reading Moments in our time