Association of Christian Writers

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Sue Keir
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Female
72 years old

Susan Walkington
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Female
56 years old

Theresa Grant
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Female

Tim Waller-Davies
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Male
57 years old

Tracey-Jane Anderson
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Female
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Trevor Stubbs
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Male
69 years old
About Me

Currently working on young adult fiction with the White Gates Adventures.

Born in Northampton in 1948, I have lived, studied and worked in London, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Yorkshire, Dorset and South Sudan. I was ordained in the C of E in 1975. Now retired in Keynsham (between Bristol and Bath), I spend my time writing, promoting the books, working with young people, acting as an International Consultant for Bishop Gwynne College in Juba (not a light task) and generally filling in with leading worship, weddings, baptisms and funerals when clergy are on holiday.

www.trevorstubbs.co.uk



Trevor Thorn
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Male
About Me

Licensed Lay Minister Emeritus serving in parishes to the north of Cambridge. Armchair Scientist with a passion for weaving together the themes of Science and Faith - mainly in poetry which forms the principal material of my blog, 'The Cross and The Cosmos' . Find it at http://crossandcosmos.blogspot.com



Trudy Smith
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Female
69 years old
About Me

"Smith allows the reader to meander with her through her life against a backdrop of the South African veld with colourful imagery and descriptive prowess. We all have so much to learn, not only from our own past, but from the lives of others. To take comfort and strength from the success and happiness of those who have struggled and won. Her debut novel is a reflective look back over her life in South Africa. It still resonates today on a personal and global level. There is something for everyone to take away from her first novel of a trilogy, Smith paints a portrait of life in South Africa in the 1970s. As readers we can picture the landscape and almost hear the wildlife as we are transported back to a different time and place, into Trudy’s childhood and early life. Now living in London, Smith is retired from a career in the cosmetic industry, and has time to reflect on a life filled with uncertainty and self-doubt. There is something for everyone to take away from this thought-provoking and evocative debut novel".

 

 

Finding love on a Farm is avail from Amazon and to order at Waterstones. Website: trudysmithauthor.com

 



Veronica Heley
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Female
About Me

Veronica Heley is currently writing two gentle crime series for Severn House and Ostara Books. The 13th of the Ellie Quicke Mysteries was published May 2012 and the 7th Bea Abbot will be out in November 2012. She also writes the occasional short story for the Methodist Recorder and Woman Alive. Her books are available in hardback, paperback, large print and audiobook and are gradually also being made available on E. She has been published for over 30 years during which time she has written crime, historicals, resource books, many books for children -and has now returned to crime. She writes a monthly newsletter for subscribers and a lively website with blog on www.veronicaheley.com 




Wendy H. Jones
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Female
56 years old
About Me

I am a committd Christian and spent most of my career as a nurse In The Military. I have published in academic textbooks and journals previously but am just starting my first novel. I attend a New Frontiers church in Dundee where I have recently returned to live. 



Wendy Reakes
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Female
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christopher r.s.
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Male
27 years old
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francismcdermott
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heather
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Female
74 years old
About Me

I am a retired nurse, married with three adult children andsix grandchildren

I have been a member of kings church Hastings for 25years

i was brought up in Bradford west yorkshirI am unpublished but am writing a children's book which i hope to get published when I complete it.

e Have always been interested in writing but didn't do much till i retired.



joanna ray
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Female

kaleidh
Member
Female
About Me

I am at the very beginning of my journey-rediscovering the pleasure I had as a child in writing short stories and poetry. I studied History at Lancaster University and love reading historical fiction that brings the past alive. I also love books that give insight into other cultures.

Favourite Writers- A A Milne, C S Lewis. Charles Dickens.Douglas Adams, Brennan Manning .

Favoutite Poets- Luci Shaw, Edward Lear, Steve Turner and Stewart Henderson



kirsty
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Female

maureen chapman
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Female
78 years old
About Me

I have been an ACW member for many years and am co-ordinator for a Children's postal workshop group(acw) under Hazel Bradshaw's leadership.

I am particularly interested in writing children's historical fiction, exploring our Christian heritage which is considerable. A newly completed book - proposal - is with an agent now for consideration. It is set in 614 AD

I am married, no children, attend Swansea Valley Bible Church, love walking, gardening and exploring new places.

Recent publications include a short story in PURE INSPIRATION WHITBY ABBEY, an anthology published by English Heritage and Whitby Abbey.A long story written for Compass Braille to be transcribed into Braille for use by the Mission to Blind in India.

 



melanie hodges
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Female

nightowlhils
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Female
About Me

I live in North Wales in a small village near St. Asaph. I teach people to drive and I also teach Astronomy GCSE (now about to go into my 6th year of this) part time at my local college. I taught maths for ten years in secondary school and now also teach maths part time in my local college. My particular interests are Astrophysics and Theology (degrees in both, currently updating my Atrophysics degree online with UCLAN as my previous degree was 30 years ago and somewhat out of date) and how they agree. I attend Llanelwy Christian Fellowship in St. Asaph.