Her very first ‘novel’, written in her early teens, is so old it was stored on a floppy disc. She spent most of her childhood reading her latest poems and stories to her long-suffering but inspirational parents, who encouraged her to continue sharpening her skills as a writer.
This passion for writing continued and flourished, and she eventually trained to become a reporter with the National Council for the Training of Journalists. She was a reporter for two major newspaper groups for six years, before working as a communications officer while writing novels.
Jessica loves singing, running, eating out and spending time with friends. She is currently studying with the Open University.
RT @RuthGilligan: A piece I wrote for @ReadItForward about chick-lit, changing direction, & the blog that called me a c*nt: https://t.co/pi…
RT @AutumnAurelia: If you knew what OCD really felt like, there is absolutely no way you’d refer to yourself as ‘so OCD’. #OCDWeekOfAction
@HootLobb @jeremywaite ha! I know, right?!!