About the Author
Google my name and you will see that it was as a business author where I had initially established my writing reputation, with invitations from the likes of HarperCollins and the Dragons’ Den production team who were keen to employ my knack for making complex business concepts accessible.
But, thankfully, life changed and, now that I was not driven by the same commercial need, I quickly moved on to completing and publishing my first novella, ‘Killing Time in Kenton’.
I love stories. Other people’s stories. Stories that capture those small snapshots of imperfect living. Like so many writers I collect other people’s anecdotes and tales and squirrel them away ready for the wintery landscape of an empty page.
I am convinced that every good conversation hides something precious that’s waiting to be mined. And it can happen in the most ordinary of circumstances: waiting for a plane; meeting another dog walker; chatting to someone in a supermarket queue. Young, old or some vague point in between, no person’s life is private when a writer