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Anne Hampson was a much-loved and internationally bestselling romance writer with over 125 titles under her belt. Born in England, she always dreamed of teaching and writing;…

The Early years Catherine Gaskin was born in Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland on April 2nd 1929. The youngest of six children, she moved with her family to…

The "brand leader in hospital fiction" Lucilla Andrews wrote 33 novels, an autobiography, and many short stories. Her books were published in 11 languages and…

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The early years Clement Lister Skelton ("Clem") was born in Northumberland in 1919. His father was an equerry to George V. He had a brief spell at…

Tessa Barclay is a pseudonym of the bestselling and prolific author Jean Bowden. For over half a century, Jean wrote short stories, novels and non-fiction,…

Netta Muskett ebooks available from Amazon: Love in Amber Light from One Star The High Fence Love and Deborah Netta Muskett was a much-loved author who wrote…

Sheila Walsh was born in Birmingham and moved to Southport with her parents during the Second World War. She joined the Southport Writers Circle in…

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Jane Grant was a pen name of the author (Evelyn) Barbara Blackburn Leader. She was born in Herefordshire in 1898. During the First World War she worked…

Lozania Prole was a pen name of the prolific author Ursula Bloom. Ursula starting writing as Lozania Prole when she was commissioned to write a serial for…

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Jean Bowden was born in Edinburgh in 1920. She started her career in 1957 at Panther Books, where she was an editorial assistant. This was…

Naomi Jacob was a celebrated novelist who also wrote a series of autobiographical works. Her paternal grandfather was a Jewish tailor who had escaped the…

Cecil Roberts (Edric Cecil Mornington Roberts) was born in Nottingham on 18th May 1892. He began his career as a civil servant, then moved into journalism at…

Sheila Burns is a pen name of the prolific author Ursula Bloom. As Sheila Burns, Ursula Bloom wrote scores of light romance and medical romance…

Arthur Behrend (1895 - 1974) was a family member of the famous Bahr, Behrend Shipping Line. He wrote two autobiographical accounts of his time as a soldier…

Abigail Clements was a pen name of the international bestselling author¬† C. L. Skelton. As Abigail Clements, he wrote two gothic romances, a romantic suspense thriller, and…

Diana Raymond (1916-2009) wrote 24 novels, as well as theatre criticism and poetry. The early years In common with many of her generation, Diana lost her father…

Jean McConnell was a prolific writer of plays, television and radio scripts, and short stories. Her stories appeared in anthologies and magazines worldwide. For television she wrote…

A woman of many words Ursula Bloom was one of the most popular and bestselling authors of the twentieth century. She wrote over 560 books,…

Mary Rensten is a former teacher. She was a prolific freelance magazine journalist in the 1980s and 90s, specialising in interviews with world-renowned writers, artists, actors and…

J Carmen Smith is a writer and former writing tutor. She has been published in numerous magazines, including Readers' Digest and Yours, and her work has featured…

Early years John Finch was born in Liverpool in the years of the depression. He was brought up in Yorkshire when his father disappeared and his mother…