I was born in Bromley, Kent, and studied English, Religious Studies and Philosophy at Lancaster University, graduating with a BA (Hons) First Class in English Literature. I worked for several years as a PA and committee secretary for various organisations in London, including the General Synod of the Church of England. I completed a part-time Masters in Postmodern Literatures in English at Birkbeck College in 1996.
I moved to Hertfordshire in 1999 and live with my husband and two children in a small village near St Albans, Hertfordshire. I began writing in 2012 and have completed four novels. I am currently writing my fifth.
I enjoy daily walks with our Rhodesian ridgeback, who features in my debut novel, The Girl at the End of the Road, published by Instant Apostle in March 2016.
My second novel, The Key of All Unknown, was published in October 2016 and was joint runner up in the Woman Alive magazine Readers’ Choice Award 2017.
My third novel, The Gardener’s Daughter, was published by Instant Apostle in March 2018.