Fanny Blake was a publisher for many years, editing both fiction and non-fiction before becoming a freelance journalist and writer.

She has written various non-fiction titles, acted as ghost writer for a number of celebrities, and is also Books Editor of Woman & Home magazine.

@FannyBlake1


  Sarah Vaughan    Anatomy of a Scandal  combines Sarah Vaughan's experiences as a news reporter and political correspondent on the Guardian with her time as a student reading English at Brasenose College, Oxford, in the Nineties.     Anatomy of a Scandal  is her third novel, her first courtroom drama/psychological thriller and her first book for Simon & Schuster. Married with two children, she lives just outside Cambridge and is currently finishing her fourth novel.   @S  VaughanAuthor

Sarah Vaughan

Anatomy of a Scandal combines Sarah Vaughan's experiences as a news reporter and political correspondent on the Guardian with her time as a student reading English at Brasenose College, Oxford, in the Nineties. 


Anatomy of a Scandal is her third novel, her first courtroom drama/psychological thriller and her first book for Simon & Schuster. Married with two children, she lives just outside Cambridge and is currently finishing her fourth novel.

@SVaughanAuthor

  Louise Candlish   Louise was born in Hexham, Northumberland, and grew up in the Midlands town of Northampton. She studied English at University College London and lives in Herne Hill in South London with her husband and daughter.  She is the bestselling author of eleven novels, including  The Swimming Pool  (2016) and  The Sudden Departure of the Frasers  (2015).   @louise_candlish

Louise Candlish

Louise was born in Hexham, Northumberland, and grew up in the Midlands town of Northampton. She studied English at University College London and lives in Herne Hill in South London with her husband and daughter.

She is the bestselling author of eleven novels, including The Swimming Pool (2016) and The Sudden Departure of the Frasers (2015).

@louise_candlish

  Joanna Trollope   Joanna has been writing for over thirty years and is well known for her enormously successful fiction. Born in the Cotsworlds, educated in Surrey Joanna later won a scholarship to Oxford University.   Joanna joined the Foreign Office and then became a teacher of English, where she began writing “to fill the long spaces after the children had gone to bed” and for many years combined her writing career with working as a teacher. By 1980, Joanna became a full-time writer with bestselling novels  A Village Affair  and  A Passionate Man  and  The Rector’s Wife.

Joanna Trollope

Joanna has been writing for over thirty years and is well known for her enormously successful fiction. Born in the Cotsworlds, educated in Surrey Joanna later won a scholarship to Oxford University. 

Joanna joined the Foreign Office and then became a teacher of English, where she began writing “to fill the long spaces after the children had gone to bed” and for many years combined her writing career with working as a teacher. By 1980, Joanna became a full-time writer with bestselling novels A Village Affair and A Passionate Man and The Rector’s Wife.


  AJ Pearce   AJ Pearce grew up in Hampshire and studied at the University of Sussex.  A chance discovery of a 1939 woman’s magazine became the inspiration for her ever-growing collection and her first novel  Dear Mrs Bird .  She now lives in the south of England.

AJ Pearce

AJ Pearce grew up in Hampshire and studied at the University of Sussex.

A chance discovery of a 1939 woman’s magazine became the inspiration for her ever-growing collection and her first novel Dear Mrs Bird.

She now lives in the south of England.

  Libby Page   Libby Page wrote  The Lido  while working in marketing and moonlighting as a writer.  The Lido  has sold in over twenty territories around the world and film rights have been sold to Catalyst Global Media.  After writing, Libby's second passion is outdoor swimming. Libby lives in London where she enjoys finding new swimming spots and pockets of community within the city.   @LibbyPageWrites    

Libby Page

Libby Page wrote The Lido while working in marketing and moonlighting as a writer. The Lido has sold in over twenty territories around the world and film rights have been sold to Catalyst Global Media.

After writing, Libby's second passion is outdoor swimming. Libby lives in London where she enjoys finding new swimming spots and pockets of community within the city.

@LibbyPageWrites

 

  Ruth Hogan   Ruth Hogan was born in the house where her parents still live in Bedford, England. A fan of stories since childhood, she studied English and Drama at Goldsmiths College.   The Keeper of Lost Things  is her first novel.   @ruthmariehogan    

Ruth Hogan

Ruth Hogan was born in the house where her parents still live in Bedford, England. A fan of stories since childhood, she studied English and Drama at Goldsmiths College.

The Keeper of Lost Things is her first novel.

@ruthmariehogan

 

  Kit De Waal   Kit de Waal was born in Birmingham and worked for fifteen years in criminal and family law, was a magistrate for several years and sits on adoption panels. Her writing has received numerous awards including the Bridport Flash Fiction Prize 2014 and 2015 and the SI Leeds Literary Reader's Choice Prize 2014 and the Kerry Group Irish Novel of the Year.     My Name is Leon , her first novel was published in 2016.   @KitdeWaal

Kit De Waal

Kit de Waal was born in Birmingham and worked for fifteen years in criminal and family law, was a magistrate for several years and sits on adoption panels. Her writing has received numerous awards including the Bridport Flash Fiction Prize 2014 and 2015 and the SI Leeds Literary Reader's Choice Prize 2014 and the Kerry Group Irish Novel of the Year.  

My Name is Leon, her first novel was published in 2016.

@KitdeWaal