Events

2021

27th March 2021 – Event – Reading Between the Lines Online Book Festival – Crime Fiction in the Highlands and Islands


February - Short Story Competition - Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath - Joint winner Adult Prose - From Eaval

2020


November – Event – University of the Highlands and Islands Literature Society – Author question and answer session

August – Event – Reading Between the Crime Book Online Festival – Highland and Island Crime

2018

November – Event – Grantown Wee Crime Festival - Killer Women – Here Come the Girls!

November - Event - Toradh Festival - Uist Noir

November - Adjudicator of adult prose at Toradh Festival

April - Event - Highland Lit Salon - panel discussion and Q&A - Women Writers in the Highlands

2017

Madness Lies – Novel – published by ThunderPoint Publishing Ltd.

August - Event - Toradh Festival - Uist Noir

2016

The Curse of Naples – Short story – Long-listed in the Remember Oluwale Writing Prize and published in the resulting anthology, Remembering Oluwale

October – Event – Ness Book Fest– Highland Women Crime Writers

March - Adjudicator of Scottish Association of Writers' annual General Short Story competition

2015

The Curse of Naples – Short story – First in Scottish Association of Writers’ General Short Story Competition

March – Event – Killer Crime Festival – Waterstones, Inverness

2014

In the Shadow of the Hill, Novel – published by ThunderPoint Publishing Ltd.

2010


Dead Scorched Birds – Short story – Published in Global Shorts Anthology and Northwords Now

2009

On the Edge – Short story – Highly commended in the Neil Gunn 2009 Short Story Competition

2008

The Work of the Devil – Short story – First prize in the Edinburgh Writers’ Club Annual Short Story Competition

Land of the Dead – Novel – First prize in the Edinburgh Writers’ Club Annual Novel Competition

2007


Death has no Smell – Short story – Third prize in the Writers Bureau Annual Short Story Competition and published in Freelance Market News


Dead Scorched Birds – Short story – Highly commended in the Highlands and Islands Short Story Annual Competition