As a late comer to motherhood, I became a ‘former’ Finance Director when my son was three and a half. Ready for a new challenge I decided to write an erotic romantic thriller in 2012. I sort of got hooked and, writing under the brand Romance Erotica Danger, have just finished my third book and started writing the fourth.
Living happily in Cheshire with an only child and an only husband, I Love reading, writing, cycling, running and walking. Oh and driving. I enjoy promoting my books at adult events. I love reading aloud and have held readings at librairies, book clubs, writing groups, bars and cafes.
Hosting an event at Nantwich bookshop with a theme of ‘Fifty Shades of Men in Books We Love’ was fantastic fun and I am looking forward to hosting a charity book reading event in Sandbach. Under the title ‘Tying the Knot’ this will include jewellery to browse and demonstrations on how to tie scarves.
I have been on BBC Stoke radio and appeared in Woman Magazine and local press for Knustford, Nantwich, Sandbach and Crewe.
Starting to network with other writers, attend literary festivals and always looking for readers. Want to make women smile and feel good x
Publications & Performance History
Keeping You (2013), Kindle and paperback, set in Nantwich and Crewe, with a trip to London. Tells the story of a masochistic man whose past haunts him, revenge for the murder of his friend drives him and a young woman’s love saves him.
The Secret At Arnford Hall (2014), Kindle and paperback, set near Knutsford with a trip to Kenya. Gabriel Black lived in a nightmare. His son brought him daylight. Can this woman be his breaking dawn?
Guiltless (2015) set around Manchester, publication date to be confirmed. Byron Lord is laden with guilt. He has an unusual and loveless sex life. And he begins to work with a woman who forces him to enter a ‘guiltless’ relationship and whose ultimatums are going to change his life forever.
Workshop & Reading Experience
Book readings and signings in Stockport, Knutsford, Witney, Holmes Chapel, Nantwich, Northwich. Including librairies and Nantwich bookshop and in front of book clubs, writing groups, women’s business network group, friends and ladies in general, with one or two men very welcome too. Have been asked to ‘come back soon’, talk at a workshop and even recommended to ‘read on the radio’.
Attended Thriller School for crime writing.