Welcome to jhbooksblog
As a writer, I’m lucky enough to divide my time between Sussex and Cumbria. I’m always on the look out for a quick, easy and cheap recipe. I tramp the fells at every opportunity, taking photos and sharing the best. When in Sussex, I work at a local GP surgery.
After my first novel was published, my old school asked if I would become an alumna and in a past life, I trod the boards.
This year’s challenge involved dipping my toe into the world of jogging. I’m ashamed to say after about three months, I managed #5k4May and stopped! A mangled nail as a result of descending Coniston Old Man rather too enthusiastically has been my excuse. Fitness levels now are falling and weight is creeping back so operation ‘flat stomach’ has been reactivated. You can join me via my jog blog posts.
My second novel is a Victorian thriller, set in the Lake District village of Blenthorne which exists only in my imagination.
and here’s my first, which is set (almost) in the present day:
My two heroines are distantly related and share a first name. However, they have something far more sinister in common …
I’m a regular contributor to Whispering Stories, a glorious blog created by Stacey who would love you to pop over and take a look. I also accept a few paperbacks and my reviewing policy can be found by following the link below:
Thanks for popping by and please have a browse around the topics on the ribbon above. You can also find me at:
I appreciate all feedback and respond to every contact. Thank you for reading. Jx