Cathy is an experienced writer of romantic fiction. Her early work was competition short stories and articles published in national magazines. She was Editor-in-Chief of the Leicestershire Anthology, ‘Taking Off’, a book promoted and supported by Arts Council UK.
In recent times Cathy has turned to writing full-length novels that are set in Ireland/England in 19c. Having lived her childhood years in Ireland, all of her work has that touch of authenticity, faithfully depicting the lifestyle and hardship of Irish families in those days, together with the passions and emotions of her characters, when they become wound up in intricate criminal plots.
Readers of Cathy’s novels are transported to a distant time, with page-turning tension, holding tears and laughter in equal measure.
Cathy’s debut novel, “Shadow Across the Liffey,” was a finalist in the R.N.A.’s Joan Hessayon Award in 2013 and she was a contender in the TV programme Food Glorious Food with her recipe Cathy’s Crumbs Crumble. Her most recent novel, Dublin’s Fair City, was published in 2016.
Nowadays, Cathy lives in rural Leicestershire with her husband, where she writes daily in her ‘Loft Study’ overlooking fields and trees.
She is published by Tigarr Publishing.