After quite a longtime and many wasted deadlines, the eighth book in The Hooper Mysteries is published.

Stepping Sideways takes the reader back to the beginning and reveals a few secrets too.

I never thought The Hooper Mysteries would be such hard work when I started. All I wanted to do was write a book and publish it online. So I did. But I liked Bess Hooper and Eloise Wescott so much that one book turned to two and now I don’t see an end to the series as the subject covers so much. It’s not just about solving mysteries, there are ghosts, gypsies and thieves involved. Just to name a few avenues the stories go down.

Time travel is so interesting and although I never expect anybody to invent a way to cross the years, it’s something that’s always in the back of my mind. What if I could travel in time? What would I do? Where would I go? If I went to the past would I warn people of the problems we have with the environment? Would this affect the way of the world now? A myriad of questions roll through my mind when it comes to time travel.

The next eBook isn’t related to The Hooper Mysteries. I’m trying something completely different. Maybe I’ll try blogging a little more often too, who knows!


When I first started this site I didn’t fully understand it. I thought – well, that’s not important. I know that this is a place for you to share these thoughts but mine are slightly convoluted. Anyway that’s enough about that. After neglecting my site for some time, I’m back with bells on and almost ready to share my latest eBook with the world.


Welcome to my tiny little space on the vast information superhighway.

What you need to know about me you could fit on the head of a pin. What I want you to know about me is infinite. But let’s start with what I love to do the most. The one word answer is – write. Not just blogs and comments on social media, I actually have several eBooks, and I’d like to share them with you.

That’s not all though. Since lock down started I’ve realised that there are many things that can be just as rewarding as writing so I’m sharing them with you. Being stuck indoors might just be the start of something new for all of us!