Hello, and welcome to my site, it’s great to see you here.
I’m Liz, and I live in a fab little town called Wellington with my husband Tim who is a Vicar in the Church of England, and our two children. I love writing, and so I decided to inflict it on everyone else. Sorry about that.
I write on the subjects of disability, chronic illness, injustice, faith and occasionally general silliness. I have a rare lung disease called bronchiectasis which is incurable and progressive. It shapes a lot of how I am and what I believe about life.
I’m passionate about Jesus and the hope that he brings, and love to share stories about transformed lives.
I’m unable to work in paid employment due to my disease, and a lot of days I am housebound, which gives me a lot of opportunity to play silly games on Facebook interact through social media and stay in touch with friends around the world.
I’m working on several book projects right now: A Young Adult trilogy, a Christian non-fiction book about contentment, a project with a lovely lady called Carrie, telling her story of life with a brain tumour, and various other bits and bobs. I like to keep on the go…
I’ll update when and if any of these projects make it to publication in any form or other!
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