Originally from Northern Ireland, Wendy is an Army kid with a book full of old addresses and an indecipherable accent to match. As a child she was always glued to a book, even building a reading den in the attic to get peace from her numerous younger siblings.
She’s always enjoyed writing and turning thirty was the catalyst for finally getting stuck in to her first novel.
By day Wendy is a trade union officer, campaigning and fighting the good fight. By night you’ll find her with a laptop dreaming of becoming a full time writer and doing her best to make that happen.
Now settled in Scotland, her summers are all about wild camping, sailing, golfing, and drinking beer at as many festivals as possible. This is normally followed by a restful winter of eating out, skiing, avoiding the gym, watching ballet and football, and not dancing at gigs.