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.
The boundary I cross is between literary and subtly supernatural fiction, so don’t expect the rattling chains and woo-woo noises of full-on ‘horror’, but you may find a hint of sulphur among the roses. I aim to weave worlds that blend people and place, place and history, past and present.
….and 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