When Kaitlyn dies, young writer Jessica Lynch loses not just a sister, but the calm centre of her stormy existence, the compass that guided her through a life disturbed by memories of their abusive father.
Confused, despairing and struggling to piece her broken life back together, Jessica meets reclusive William Blaise. He is an awkward and introverted man who has isolated himself from the rest of the world, battling terrible childhood experiences of his own. Their similar pasts bind them together and they become lovers, comparing scars and hurts, exposing their true nature to one another and finding a private kind of truth.
As investigations into her sister’s death continue, Jessica senses a growing awareness that William is not the man she wants him to be. But then, is she really the woman she thought she was?
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
The biggest advice I can give to aspiring writers is to go for it. Don’t hide behind excuses and don’t procrastinate. If writing is really what you are meant to do, you will know there is an immense pleasure in sitting down and type away, form characters, plots, twists and endings. So find the time to do it, even if it’s only an hour a day, it will make a difference.
It has never been easier to submit written words, in whatever form they come, to a large audience. So take that step. You’ve got nothing to loose and you won’t regret it.
I was born in Italy, where I lived until the age of 19, when I moved to London in search of something my country of origin could not give me. I now live in Hove, South England, with my husband and our two children.
I have been writing for as long as I can remember, ever since I was in primary school. Communicating thorough written words has always come natural to me. It seemed easier to express myself on paper, where nobody could judge me for what I was trying to say.
But now I have grown and I am settled in my own life; I feel I can finally turn my need to write things down into something I can share with other people.
I have many stories to tell. All I need is someone who wants to sit down and listen.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My first novel is for the most part. based on personal experiences. Writing it was a difficult process but it also helped me exorcise some of the demons I had been carrying with me for a long time.
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