Jennifer Small

JenniferJennifer Small spent the first 18 years of her life trying to escape the grim realities of coastal Sussex before moving to study at Sheffield University, where she learnt what grim realities really are. On graduating in Journalism she moved to London to begin her career as a writer and editor, which has spanned the highs of interviewing Sir Paul Smith and the lows of interviewing a headteacher battling for children and families of asylum seekers to stay in Britain. Experiences as a mother of two and as a creative writing volunteer at a South London school brought her to the St Mary’s MA. Her first novel in progress counterbalances the lives of Connie Steadman, a teenager desperate to belong, and Richard Williams, an obsessive compulsive police detective, as they struggle to find their places in the world following the revelation of a hidden truth.


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