I’m a writer.
I try to avoid a genre straight-jacket; life, after all, does not fit into a genre box. Still, publishers need to put a label on books, and the label I am least uncomfortable with is ‘cross-over fiction’. It’s liberating rather than constraining. It acknowledges a boundary, then kicks it away.
There are unifying themes to my writing. Plots are set in the present day, but with their roots in the past. There may be an otherworldly element; a smell of sulphur among the roses. And they are written from the perspectives of both male and female characters. So if a tag is important to you, take your pick from fantasy, historical, and thriller. There’s even a touch of romance. In my own words, I weave worlds that blend people and place, place and history, past and present.
….and that leave the reader with the scent of an otherness.
I am represented by Ian Drury at Sheil Land Associates, Literary Agents, 52 Doughty Street, London WC1N 2LS
Telephone 020 7405 9351