A little about me.

I’m currently working as a nursing assistant in the community, writing and taking pictures the rest of the time.

Before my current job I worked as an EMT in the ambulance service. You might have come across me as ‘Spence Kennedy’ in my long-running ambulance blog Siren Voices, and the book that came out of that: Frank’s Last Call. 

Now I write under my own name. Later this year I’ll be publishing a novel based on my experiences in adult social care – so watch this space!

Thanks so much for reading. It’d be great to hear from you – either in a comment, by email, Twitter or Instagram.

The books so far…

Frank’s Last CallFLC
Based on the ambulance blog Siren Voices, the book follows a new EMT as he starts work in a busy seaside town.

 

On Calder Hill
OCHExams are the least of Holly’s problems. Her mum has come up with yet another get rich quick scheme – the opening of a café in the local park – and Holly has been roped in to help. But as she sits daydreaming at the counter one morning, a mysterious young girl comes to visit. When she disappears after leaving an ancient silver penny as payment, something is begun that will challenge everything Holly thinks she knows – not just about her past, but about the fabric of time itself.

Into the Eclipse
ITEWhen Kate leaves home to go to university, she is recruited by a secretive organisation and severs all links to her family. Ella, her mother, tries desperately to win her back. Eventually she turns to Noah, an anti-cult campaigner. Together they face up to an organisation prepared to do anything to protect itself, as it moves inexorably towards one final, cataclysmic event.