My childhood, spent travelling the world in the wake of my military father, led to a somewhat eclectic and multinational education. This included a teutonic governess without a word of English, two years in a Lycée, a whole year up a mountain in Italy without school, two years at a blissful all girls school in Alexandria, Virginia USA before finally taking a strange assortment of GCSE’s with army NCO’s in Malta. Secretarial school in Singapore, taught mainly in Mandarin, which somehow I managed to pass. Then worked for a while as a model, before turning to a more exciting job flying light aircraft. I then married, took up shooting, hunting, sport parachuting and somewhere along the way managed to have four wonderful children before getting divorced. For many years I worked as a sensitive at the college of Psychic Studies in London and as a transpersonal psychology counsellor specialising in the interface between the psychic and the psychotic. I now write stories and work as an audio describer at the Theatre Royal Plymouth. I live on the edge of Dartmoor surrounded by sheep, highland cattle and Bluebell woods.