I am happily married to my childhood sweetheart Neil. We are blessed to have a gorgeous girl Paris and a beautiful boy William. I have a labradorable too called Georgie who keeps everything real and... More > unique.
I love to read and write. It is self-education at it’s best.
Telling tales has always stayed a part of me, earning me the nickname Jackanory.
I write with lots of honesty and it often gets me into trouble. When I wrote my first short story aged 7, my Mum and Dad were mortified because it was about my friends parents, in a not so flattering light. I think I realised then it was obviously in my nature to let it all out in writing, just something that has progressed throughout my life.
Of all the things I am, I am proud to add writer to the list.
My motto? Follow your dreams and believe in yourself.
It’s the only way...< Less
As my life takes me on even more adventures with George my crazy loveable yellow Labrador I start to finally see what is important in life…
The Spinal Pain Syndrome illness that I have is hard... More > of course and I struggle to accept it but at the end of the book I realise what it is all about.
This is for pain sufferers, dog lovers, children and mothers. There is something in my writing that everyone can gain from.
I am pleased with the Hairy Feet trilogy and I feel if it helps anyone out there then it is a Blessing I am proud to put pen to paper and be able to give.
After all when life hands you lemons some times you have to turn it on it’s head and instead make a lot more strew berry aide …< Less
My adorable mellow yellow Labrador is mischief, mayhem and madness all rolled into one but could I ever live without him?
No not a chance! He teaches me and my family how to live in the moment and... More > enjoy what we have in the here and now. This memoir is all about our challenges, that we go through together helping me cope with my ‘Spinal Chronic Pain’ illness and all the trials and tribulations it causes.
George my wonder dog is loyal, loveable and a lorra, lorra laughs. I might have rescued him but he also rescued me, sometimes you need a furry pal to wake you up and just smell those lavender roses!< Less