Fiona Lloyd’s first novel, The Diary of a (trying to be holy) Mum, was published by Instant Apostle in January 2018. She has also written for Woman Alive, Christian Writer and Together Magazine. Fiona works part-time as a music teacher and is a member of the worship-leading team at her local church. Contact me here
Nicky Wilkinson has recently returned from 25 years of living in East Europe and Africa. She has three married children and a grandson, for whom she and her husband were called to return to the UK. She has an interest in memoir-writing and advocacy for Zimbabwe, a beloved but broken nation. She has recently joined ACW and is excited about particpating as Administrator.
Katherine lives in Sheffield and is married to Blessan, from Kerala, India, and they have two children. As well as writing stories that touch on social issues and explore the space where cultures cross, Katherine is an English and Creative Writing tutor.
Katherine’s debut novel, Lydia’s Song, was published by Instant Apostle (2014). As well as writing her second novel, she is also an emerging screenwriter, short story writer and ghostwriter.
Rosemary Johnson has had many short stories published online and in print, in The Copperfield Review, Fiction on the Web, Scribble, Circa, Radgepacket, Mslexia, CafeLit and Every Day Fiction (amongst other places). Rosemary has a special interest in historical fiction and has written a novel set during the Cold War. In real life, she is a retired computing lecturer, an Authorised Local Preacher at her church and lives in Essex with her husband and cat. Contact me here
Allison Symes writes flash fiction, short stories and blogs for online community magazine, Chandler’s Ford Today. Her first flash collection, From Light to Dark and Back Again, was published by Chapeltown Books in 2017 and she has also been published online and in print by Bridge House Publishing and Cafelit amongst others. Her CFT posts cover a wide range of issues pertinent to writers such as reviews, discussing how to spot a “real” writing competition, creativity etc. Contact me here
A career in HR and coaching gave Richard his passion for helping people find their talents, hence his enthusiasm for encouraging others on their writing journeys. Following his own advice, he is taking an MA in Creative Writing and learning much. He has published books in management training and writes creative non-fiction for various magazines including BRF. He and his wife lead Café Writers in Derby. In his spare time, he plays drums and cherishes family time.Contact me here
Jane’s published writing to date has all been non-fiction, including the e-book Home Freed: the Theology of Decluttering. For the last two years she has dabbled with writing for performance, and spent more time running groups for writers than actually writing!
Bobbie Ann Cole
Bobbie has written faith memoirs to her name and a novel, ‘Being Lena Levi’, published by Instant Apostle in 2019, shortlisted for the Eyelands Prize.
Bobbie is a speaker, qualified teacher and workshop facilitator. Her Jewish background and years in Israel make Jewish Jesus and Bible stories her pet topics.
She lives in Canterbury and runs East Kent Christian Writers, as well as a Yeshua Group Online. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lorraine Smith writes historical fiction set in Dundee during WW1 and after. The first of a trilogy almost complete. She is a keen crafter and writes and publishes weekly knitting newsletter and a monthly newsletter for general craft. Contact her here
James Prescott is a blogger, podcaster, writing coach and author of several books, including ‘Dance Of The Writer: A Beginners Guide To Authentic Writing’, & ‘Mosaic Of Grace’. He hosts the ‘PoemaPodcast’ on spirituality and creativity, and co-hosts the ‘Creating Normal’ podcast, which covers creativity and mental health issues. Connect with James on Twitter at@JamesPrescott77 or contact me here
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Raised on songs and stories in Dublin, Ireland, Annmarie lives in South Wales with her husband Richard who is a Baptist minister. She loves to write fiction and non-fiction alike, often with a twist in the tale. She has self-published two collections of short stories and one novel. She blogs at www.auntyamo.com and her author website is www.annmariemiles.co.uk If you’re looking for her, you’ll usually find her on social media @amowriting.