Like many people becoming an author was a dream from my childhood. Sadly, everyone told me that writing wasn’t a real job, and that I needed to get my head out of the clouds. So, that's what I tried to do, I really did.
After college I spent the next 20 years or so, working in sales and marketing, including in traditional publishing.
Then, in 2011, after a long struggle with my health, it became impossible for continue working.
The adjustment was a major struggle, but when I felt stronger there was finally the time - and space – to write.
Starting with a blog it wasn't long before my readers were asking for a book. And what could I do but oblige.
Because of my own processing differences, it was really important for me that my books are accessible to as many people as possible – without creating separate editions that mark out difference.
So, I’ve made sure that my publications follow the British Dyslexia Association guidelines, which means they are formatted with a larger, regular shaped font, wider spacing between lines, and bold titles.
Available worldwide from all good retailers, by books are read in 106 countries (so far).