UPDATE: My book is now published by Pulse. You can find some details and links to purchase it here: http://getconfidence.net/annes-memoir/
I'm a freelance writer. I also work as a television supporting artist with shows like Dr Who, Torchwood, Skins and Casualty. In the past, I have been a stage actress and model and even a missionary in my home country of Guyana in South America, and have also had my own call-in radio show.
I now live in Bristol with my husband - a sociologist and published academic writer, and our three young children, but I’ve lived in Paris, London, Alabama and finally Cork City, Ireland where we remained for 6 and a half years. I am also in the process of writing a follow up book to “Sunday’s Child,” called “Fair of Face.”
I’ve had tremendous success publishing popular psychology, and self-healing type articles on the internet and as a separate project, am currently looking to get these works published in book form.
When I'm taking a break from writing my second book, I do freelance writing for two online women's magazines and other web content sites.
I've had a couple of fictional short stories published, and have also written two for an anthology with Authonomy's 'Absolution.'
I am a member of the Writers Bureau, and also manage two blogs.
Sunday’s Child is the remarkably inspirational true story of a little girl struggling to rise above poverty, appalling living conditions, food lines, violence, abuse, mental anguish and political hardships. It shows how she picks out little glimmers of hope and love and uses them as positive anchors in her life. She draws on everything she has – just to survive. (Published by Pulse Publishing).
Does 'The Gruffalo' count?
A mouse took a walk through the deep dark wood, the mouse found a nut and it was good . . .
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