I was born in South Africa, raised in Dublin, Ireland and moved to Cork in my 20’s. While living in beautiful Kinsale, Co Cork I discovered a love of writing. I write mainly for the young adult market. My current book, The Carrier of the Mark, prompted me to abandon my ‘riveting’ career in corporate treasury and have been writing ever since. I have another three books in the Carrier series and a few other projects I’m working on. My family and I now share our time between Ireland and the US.
Can you introduce us to the world that you have created?
From the moment Megan Rosenberg sets foot at her new school in Ireland, she is inexplicably drawn to the darkly handsome Adam DeRís. But Megan soon discovers that her feelings for Adam are tied to a supernatural fate that was sealed long ago – and that the passion and power that unites them could be their ultimate destruction.
What should readers know before stepping into your world?
This story is full of spine-tingling romance! It’s set in Ireland and is woven from Celtic myths and ancient legends.
Will this be your first time attending BEA or are you a veteran? Any advice for those who are going for the first time?
BEA is a first for me. In fact, BEA is my first book conference EVER! So any advice you get pass it along, I will be needing it. LOL.
Are you speaking on any panels during BEA? Are there any you are looking forward to? What panels are you planning on attending?
I am not speaking on any panels. However, The Carrier of the Mark is being spoken about at the YA Buzz panel on Tuesday 24th, so I’ll be there lurking quietly in the background. I’ll only be at BEA for two days, but I plan on squishing in as much as I can.
If someone wanted to meet up with you at BEA, who should they look for?
The HarperCollins booth would be a good place to start. As I mentioned before I’ll be at the YA Buzz panel from 2 – 3.15pm on the 24th, and I’m doing ARC signing from 4 – 4.30pm on Tuesday 24th May. You’ll find me at table 9 in the signing area.
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