Abigail is a comedy writer living in London and surviving on a diet of three-shot coffee, bourbons, and vegetarian sausage rolls. She was born and brought up in Norfolk, which she says is to blame for the sardonic humour that runs through her novels. Abigail was the runner up in 2019’s Comedy Women in Print award for THE LONELY FAJITA: her first novel.
Abigail takes inspiration from unconventional cross-sections of modern society and the impact this has on identity and the relationships we create. She enjoys weaving modern, feminist issues into her work and likes nothing more than making people laugh. She wrote her first novel after teaching literature in a secondary school for a number of years and whilst working in a start-up in East London.
When she’s not writing, she loves walking in the countryside, taking photos, and teaching creative writing workshops.