Fiction

The Taken Girls

G D Sanders

G D Sanders worked as a lab assistant in the research laboratory of a paper manufacturer. After gaining a BSc in Botany and Zoology, a second BSc…
The Lost Children

Theresa Talbot

Theresa Talbot is a BBC Radio Scotland broadcaster – best known as the voice of traffic and travel and the former host of the Beechgrove Potting…
A Large Measure Of Snow

Denzil Meyrick

Denzil Meyrick was born in Glasgow and brought up in Campbeltown. After studying politics, he spent time as a police officer, freelance journalist,…
Esmie Jikiemi-Pearson

Esmie Jikiemi-Pearson

Esmie is a science-fantasy writer, who spent much of her childhood reading on sunny Australian beaches, before moving to London, where she swapped…
Amber

Heather Burnside

Heather Burnside grew up in Gorton, a working-class area of Manchester famed as the original location for the TV series, Shameless. She moved from…
The Pact

Dawn Goodwin

Dawn Goodwin’s twenty-year career has spanned PR, advertising and publishing, both in London and Johannesburg. A graduate of the Curtis Brown…
Justine Hardy

Justine Hardy

Justine Hardy is the author of six books, both fiction and non-fiction, all of which draw on the thirty years that she has spent living and working…
The Queen

Anita Sivakumaran

Anita Sivakumaran holds an MA and a PhD in Creative Writing from the Universities of Lancaster and Leicester. Her novel The Queen (New Delhi;…
My Sister’s Lies

S.D. Robertson

Former journalist S.D. Robertson quit his role as a local newspaper editor to pursue a lifelong ambition of becoming a novelist. An English…
The Roots Of Evil

Quintin Jardine

Quintin Jardine is the author of three much-acclaimed and best-selling series of detective novels: Bob Skinner, Oz Blackstone and Primavera…
Borderline

Barry Rainsford

Barry Rainsford started life as a musician before decades teaching in the most difficult and deprived areas of a major city. This provided him with…
The Good Mayor

Andrew Nicoll

After a brief stint as a lumberjack, Andrew Nicoll has spent his working life as a newspaper journalist. He has had short stories published in New…
Finding Peggy: A Glasgow Childhood

Meg Henderson

Meg Henderson was born in the Townhead area of Glasgow in 1948, the youngest and only girl of three children. thereafter, she lived in the…
Lara Haworth

Lara Haworth

Lara Haworth is a conceptual visual artist, a poet and a political researcher, specialising in the government’s move to become carbon zero by…
The Twenty Seven Club

Lucy Nichol

Lucy is a writer, mental health campaigner and PR consultant whose work has appeared in The Independent, The I Paper, NME, Red Magazine, Den of…
The Lady of the Lake

Peter Guttridge

Peter Guttridge is a novelist, critic and chairperson/ interviewer at a wide range of literature festivals. A former Director of the Brighton…
The Watchmaker of Dachau

Carly Schabowski

Carly Schabowski worked as a journalist in both North Cyprus and Australia before returning to Oxford, where she studied for an MA and then a PhD…
Leave It To Fate

Beth Corby

Beth Corby began life in a small Welsh mining village, and pursued her interest in music through to a PhD. Finding academic writing too…
Katy Cox

Katy Cox

Katy is a professional cellist and has performed alongside artists including Michael Bublé, Elton John and Take That. Alongside this, Katy is a…
Sven Hughes

Sven Hughes

Sven Hughes has worked at the heart of geostrategic influence for the past twenty years. As a prime ministerial and presidential advisor, and as a…
The Housewife

Alex Kane

Alex Kane is from a small village just outside Glasgow. She grew up around books, her mum always reading the latest crime thriller. She began…
What to Do with Lobsters in a Place Like Klippiesfontein

Colette Victor

Colette Victor now lives in Belgium after being born in South Africa. She has written five novels, including a YA novel, Head Over Heart, which was…
Guilty

Siobhan MacDonald

Siobhan MacDonald, is a suspense and thriller author published in the UK, USA, Canada, France and Germany, her writing is perfect for fans of Liane…
A Bicycle Built for Sue

Daisy Tate

Writing as Daisy Tate and Annie O’Neil. When not raising Belted Galloway cattle or beekeeping in the English countryside, Daisy writes books. She…
A Convenient Marriage

Jeevani Charika

Jeevani* writes multicultural women’s fiction. She was born in the South of England, but spent much of her childhood in Sri Lanka, with short…
A Ghost at the Door

Michael Dobbs

Michael Dobbs has never had a proper job - and now he’s a member of the House of Lords as Lord Dobbs of Wylye, perhaps he never will…He’s…
Katy Birchall

Katy Birchall

After attending Woldingham school in Surrey, Katy Birchall went to Manchester University where she received a first-class degree in English…
The Second Bell

Gabriela Houston

Gabriela was born and raised in Poland, brought up on a diet of mythologies and fairy tales. She spent her summers in Mazury (a flatland of forests…
The Watchers

A. M. Shine

A. M. Shine is an author of Literary Horror from the west of Ireland. It was there that at a young age he discovered a passion for classic horror…
The Blood Is Still

Douglas Skelton

Douglas Skelton has published 12 non fiction books and eight crime thrillers. He has been a bank clerk, tax officer, shelf stacker, meat porter,…
A Mother Like You

Ruby Speechley

Ruby Speechley, graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2009, with an MA in Creative Writing. She is a Faber Academy alumna and prolific…
Nadia Attia

Nadia Attia

Nadia’s fascination with folklore, nature and the supernatural inspires much of her writing. With Egyptian-German heritage and a working-class…