My second poetry book, The Things We Thought Were Beautiful, will be out in the next few weeks! Here’s one of the poems from it:
If ghost stories are more your thing, here’s a short reading from my latest novel, The Boy in the Burgundy Hood:
The Boy in the Burgundy Hood is the perfect ghost story for those long winter evenings. Here’s what it’s about:
Alice Deaton can’t believe her luck when she lands her dream job at a medieval English manor house. Mired in debt, the elderly owners have transferred their beloved Bramley to a heritage trust and Alice must prepare it for public opening in the spring.
But then the ghosts start appearing – the woman with the wounded hand and the boy in the burgundy hood – and Alice realises why her predecessor might have left the isolated house so soon after starting.
As she peels back the layers of the mystery, the secrets Alice uncovers at Bramley’s heart will be dark – darker than she could ever have imagined…
Available now on Amazon: