She has been writing seriously now for three years. During this time she has found that her best work is that which has been written from a child’s point of view. In 2010 she had immediate success with her short stories which she undertook in order to hone her skills and find her voice. Firstly for The Writer’s Magazine short story competition which she won with her first and third attempts and was placed runner up for the second. At this time she was also long-listed for the Mslexia annual short story competition and had work accepted for Take a Break magazine’s Fiction Feast.
These, however, are not her preferred style of work and she is now concentrating on writing for young teens – her aim to create accessible adventures which will grasp the imagination of young readers, both boys and girls, who love reading for pure escapism.
Her first novel for, Crow Nasty, is currently being submitted to publishers.