Jane Hennigan


Jane Hennigan was born and raised in Aldershot in Hampshire moving to Farnham in 1999. After a decade working in E-commerce, she gained a degree in English Literature and Philosophy from Royal Holloway, and an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Surrey. She spent seven years teaching English and philosophy at Farnborough College [...]

Lucy Weldon


Lucy Weldon was born in Hong Kong. Her writing is inspired by her many years living and working in different countries across Europe and Asia as well as Australia. She has a BA Hons degree in Spanish and a Masters in Responsible Business Practice and Sustainability. From migration to climate change to acts of terrorism [...]

Louise Davidson


Growing up in Northern Ireland backgrounded by the Troubles gave Louise Davidson a fascination with history, and this combined with her love of all things gothic inspired her to write her first book, a dark Victorian thriller set in a neglected and isolated mansion. Louise lives in London with her husband and step-son, and in [...]

Essie Fox


Essie Fox was born and raised in Herefordshire. After studying English Literature at Sheffield University, she moved to London where she worked in publishing – before becoming self-employed in commercial art design. Always an avid reader, she is now writing historical novels. Her debut, The Somnambulist, was shortlisted for the National Book Awards, and featured [...]

William Hussey


William Hussey is the award-winning author of over a dozen novels. Killing Jericho, the first book in a dark new detective series , was called "one hell of a ride" by The Times and praised by such luminaries of the crime fiction world as Val McDermid. The follow-up, Jericho's Dead, is released in February 2024. [...]

Anna Mazzola


Anna is the award-winning and bestselling author of five historical crime or Gothic novels. Her debut novel, The Unseeing, won an Edgar Allan Poe award. Her third novel, The Clockwork Girl, set in 18th century Paris, was shortlisted for two CWA Dagger awards and a Fingerprint Award, and nominated for the Dublin Literary award. Her [...]

Helen Snape


After burning out at work and losing herself in a long-term relationship, Helen Snape realised that she had the ‘disease to please’, discovered the magic of boundaries and is now passionate about helping other over-givers do the same. Helen has combined what she has learnt throughout her HR career, her Psychology degree and coaching qualifications [...]

Joanne Watson


Joanne Watson was born in East Yorkshire growing up with a keen interest in Sport. After university and a degree in Politics and Modern History she began her dream Job with BBC Radio Sport. Her production and editorial career saw her working on major events around the world including 7 Summer Olympics. Having moved to [...]

Reshmi Bennett


Reshmi Bennett's writing journey weaves together a rich mix of experiences. From her academic beginnings at UCL to her successful tenure in banking, and into the realms of professional baking, she has continuously embraced new challenges. An accomplished writer for over a decade, Reshmi has crafted everything from insightful blogs to enchanting children's books, adding [...]

Rebecca Fletcher


Rebecca Fletcher is an experienced literary chair and also the resident host at The Yard Hampshire where she has curated a programme of live author events for the past three years, hosting sell out evenings for a variety of authors and personalities including Nikita Gill, Clover Stroud, Jessie Burton, Viv Groskop, Simon Sebag Montefiore, Minnie [...]

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