Novel Writing, Short Stories, Horticulture, Proof reading
Literature, Writing, Horticulture, Animals especially cats, the supernatural and ghosts, England, Exmoor, Witchcraft, folklore and old legends. Vampires, Gothic and Steampunk, fashion and art.
Jane has been a feature writer and produced an average of five articles per year for the premier Florida Gardening Magazine since 2015. The magazine was published on a Bi-monthly basis. The Magazine finally closed in June 2019.
A Guest Blog published in 2017 - Deconstructing Dark Romance and exploring the darker side of human nature in fiction
Jane was born in in England, and grew up exploring the history and culture of London and surrounding counties. In the 1990’s she immigrated to Detroit, USA, eventually settling in South West Florida. She returned to England after a fifteen-year absence, to spend six years in the South West of England living on Exmoor. Where, inspired by the atmosphere, beautiful scenery, and the ancient history of the place, she wrote her first novel Ravens Deep. The next two books Blood & Ashes and A Memoir of Carl completed her gothic vampire trilogy.
Jane is a trained horticulturist, and spent time working and volunteering for Britain’s National Trust at Exmoor’s 1000-year-old Dunster Castle. Gaining more insight into the mysteries surrounding these ancient places, and having always been intrigued by the supernatural, inspiration came for, The Beekeeper’s Daughter, a historical dark romance. While England and Scotland provided a backdrop for previous novels of vampires, witches, and haunted mansions, New Orleans presents the setting for her fifth novel, Whisht Hall, a multilayered thriller that combines the age-old struggle between good and evil, a tale steeped in voodoo, the culture of the deep south, and the hauntingly desolate Dartmoor.