Hello. Thanks for stopping by. 
Thanks for reading - that's the main thing - and thanks for voting, if you do. Reads and votes are what makes it all worthwhile. Special thanks for commenting. I try to respond to any comments.

I'm British, and write in British English about British things, so you might find spelling, dialogue, and culinary and cultural references, somewhat specific.

I'm spectacularly crap at updating ongoing stories - I'm sorry about this, and have a permanent guilty conscience. I do intend to finish everything. However, I am very easily distracted and prefer the medium of shorter stories. If our stories are like children, authors aren't supposed to have favourites. But I'm afraid I do, and you can ask me about them if you like.

I write what appeals to me personally. It's a bonus if readers find my writing 1) entertaining, 2) easy to read and 3) inoffensive.

Most importantly, in these weird times, stay safe and well.
Abi x
  • East Midlands, UK
  • JoinedNovember 22, 2013

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If anyone out there has a historical story they feel is under-recognised and needs a wider audience, there are still five spaces free in that category here:https://www.wattpad.com/story/258063412-me...
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