Alice Clark-Platts Alice Clark-Platts

General Fiction Critique Group Coordinator
SWG Organiser

Alice Clark-Platts is a former human rights lawyer who has worked on cases involving Winnie Mandela and the rapper Snoop Dogg.

Her debut crime novel BITTER FRUITS was published by Penguin Random House in 2015 and the next in the series featuring DI Erica Martin is due to be published this year.

Alice has won prizes for her fiction and her short stories have been published in various anthologies.

She is the founder of The Singapore Writers’ Group and lives in Singapore with her husband and two young daughters.

Organisers (Alphabetical by Last Name)

Simon Betts

Sci-fi / Fantasy / Romance Critique Group Coordinator
SWG Co-organiser

I’m a father, writer and composer based in Singapore juggling time between family, writing and working. I enjoy, sci-fi, fantasy and horror, have a passion for soundtracks and run my own website/blog ( I can be followed on Twitter @sifizonkoid or contacted via email on

Raelee Chapman

SWG Co-organiser

Raelee Chapman is an Australian writer living in Singapore. Her short stories have been published in the Australian literary journals Southerly, Westerly and Mascara Literary Review and by Monsoon Books in Singapore.

Heather-Daly-sqHeather Daly

Short Story Critique Group Coordinator
SWG Co-organiser

Heather Higgins Daly was born in New York City, received her degree in Renaissance Studies from Barnard College, Columbia University, and worked as a copywriter and creative director in New York advertising agencies for twenty years. Since arriving in Singapore in 2008, she has been a docent and trainer in the Singapore Art Museum, volunteered at her twin’s school and written two unpublished novels and a couple dozen stories. Heather is a Singapore Permanent Resident.

Lucia DamacelaLucia Damacela

SWG Co-organiser

Lucía’s poetry and fiction have appeared in journals and collection such as Turdus Merula (in Spanish), Cha, Mulberry Fork Review, Slippery Elm, Octavius and The Binnacle. Short stories she has authored have been included in Rojak and Tales of Two Cities, books published by the Singapore Writers Group. A social researcher by training, Lucía moved to Singapore with her family in 2013. She blogs at and tweets as @lucyda.

M.G. EdwardsM.G. Edwards

SWG Co-organiser


Magali-Finet-sqMagali Finet

Social Secretary
SWG Co-organiser

Magali Finet believes that the best adventures aren’t all neatly tucked away in storybooks. That’s why she quit her corporate job in Paris and decided to leave France where she was born and raised. She bought a one-way ticket to Singapore and arrived with one backpack, no job and lots of dreams. Eight years later, Singapore continues to inspire her. Her short story “Fair Price Baby” was published in Tales of Two Cities, The Hong Kong Writers Circle and The Singapore Writers’ Group’s first collaborative anthology (2015). She now splits her time between writing, working full-time and raising two children.

joJo Furniss

SWG Co-organiser

Jo Furniss is a British writer whose first novel, ALL THE LITTLE CHILDREN, is being released by Lake Union Publishing in August 2017. Jo is represented by the US literary agency Browne & Miller Associates. A second novel, a domestic thriller set in Singapore, will be published in 2018. After almost a decade working as a Broadcast Journalist at the BBC in the UK, Jo gave up the glamour of night shifts to become a serial expat and freelance writer. In 2014, she was awarded a Distinction in MA Professional Writing at Falmouth University. Now living in Singapore with her young family, she organises workshops for SWG and is the editor of, a magazine covering literary events in the city. Website: / Twitter: @Jo_Furniss

vanessaVanessa Deza Hangad

SWG Co-organiser

Vanessa Deza Hangad is a Filipina-American writer living in Singapore with her husband and their son. Her work has been published in Maganda Magazine (UC Berkeley) and The Very Inside (Sister Vision Press).  Her short stories are included in Rojak: Stories from the Singapore Writers’ Group and Tales of Two Cities: Singapore and Hong Kong. She was a blogger for and has flash fiction published in She is working on her first literary fiction novel, a family saga set in the Philippines and US (to be represented by Jacaranda Press).

LDHLucy Day Hobor

Website Coordinator

Lucy Day writes English lessons for kindergarten and primary students for a local company. She has also worked as a phonics and reading teacher, as a programmer and project manager for a web development company, as an editor for an online news portal, and as a project manager at an academic book publisher. She loves English, foreign languages, and language in general. She reads a lot. She is working intermittently on a young-adult fantasy novel and various websites, including a blog at

farihaFariha Imran

Social Secretary
SWG Co-organiser


Marion-Kleinschmidt-origMarion Kleinschmidt

SWG Co-organiser

Marion Kleinschmidt honed her teaching skills as a creative writing tutor for the Open University in Ireland. She is the founder of Coill Creative Writing Workshops at, which include popular online formats such as the “Pestowrimo” 4-week fiction drafting bootcamp. A writer of short fiction and poetry, Marion considers Singapore the perfect hot-house for cross-cultural creativity and swears by the power of writing in good company.

Suraj-sqSuraj K



SholaShola Olowu-Asante

SWG Co-organiser

Shola Olowu-Asante’s fiction has been published in Cleaver Magazine, The Linnet’s Wings, Everyday Fiction and in various anthologies of stories from around the globe. She’s a broadcast journalist with an MA in Creative Writing from Lancaster University. She lives in Singapore with her family, but calls both London and Lagos home.

Kim ONG Seok KhimKim ONG Seok Khim

SWG Co-organiser

ONG Seok Khim, aka Kim Ong, is a social entrepreneur, who founded DesignUp Asia, benefitting marginalised women,, benefitting artists with disabilities and, giving voice to minority writers.
Kim is excited by inventive ideas and technologies such as IoT which is what her other company, 45 Agency, is about. She has worked at an NGO, a TV station. Kim has experience in cleaning, writing, counselling, film-making, inventing, F&B, tour-guiding, meditating, selling, etc. She has screenplays and short stories in her drawer. One question runs throughout her life: What is the meaning of life? And her life is about answering that.

H M RyanH M Ryan

Children’s and Young Adult Fiction Critique Group Coordinator
SWG Co-organiser

Helena Ryan has been based in Singapore for the last eight years. She has experimented with everything from haiku and flash fiction to short stories and is now immersed in working on a young adult novel. She has had flash fiction published online with FlashFlood Journal and is awaiting publication in one of their anthologies. In 2013 she was shortlisted for the Mslexia Women’s short story competition.

bronwynBronwyn Sharman

Poetry Critique Group Coordinator
SWG Co-organiser

Bronwyn writes about science, geography, digital media, kids, marriage, history, culture, social responsibility, time, logistics, marine biology, civil engineering, existentialism, weird people she used to know in high school, and sometimes, coffee or wine (plus anything related). Ask her about her current projects. Bring a cushion.

Bronwyn’s short story “The Game of Virus” appeared in the joint Hong Kong/Singapore Writers’ Group Anthology Tales of Two Cities.

She responds on most social media including twitter @JOTFabulist and via her blog Journeys Of The Fabulist.

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sebrinaSebrina Somers

SWG Co-organiser

Sebrina is an environmental health scientist and writer. She began writing speculative fiction after moving to Singapore in 2012. Like her other work, her fiction writing is inspired by a fascination between the human experience and the built environment. A modern day nomad, she’s a hodgepodge of American Midwestern sensibilities, island alchemy, and Seattle gumption—not to mention the quirks she’s picked up while living in Asia for the last decade. Her short story, Port of Call, was published in the 2015 Singapore Writer’s Group anthology titled Tales of Two Cities. She is currently working on a few projects of speculative fiction and saving the world one imagination at a time.

michelleMichelle Ayn Tessensohn

Narrative Non-fiction Critique Group Coordinator
SWG Co-organiser

Michelle Ayn Tessensohn is a life coach, speaker and writer from Singapore. Her first foray into fiction writing was as a contributing author for Rojak: Stories from the Singapore Writer’s Group. She has also had articles published online at Elephant Journal, What Therapy, iCoach magazine and Holistic Asia. You can find out more about her or read her articles at or you can connect with her on Twitter or Facebook.

Members (Alphabetical by Last Name)

yusufYusuf Alam


Yusuf has been in Singapore since 2014. He’s originally from India and has been writing short-stories and experimental writs for about five years now. Currently working on a sci-fi/fantasy book.

Nidhi Arora


Nidhi is a business consultant by training and a writer by passion. She writes short fiction, essays and reviews for literary magazines. Her work has been published in an anthology of fiction in Singapore, Mothers Always Write, Open Road Review and is forthcoming in Thrice Fiction.

Nidhi was born and raised in India and currently resides in Singapore with her family.

mia-aureusMia Corazon Aureus



Lisa-bLisa Beazley


Lisa traded her corporate communications career for fiction writing when she moved from New York to Singapore in 2010 with her husband and children. Born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, Lisa has a journalism degree from Ohio University and has lived and worked in Cleveland, Honolulu, and New York City. When she’s not reading or writing, Lisa is sharpening her toad-catching, Lego-building, and deep-breathing skills as the mother of three young boys. Keep Me Posted is her first novel.

ikashaIkasha Bhalla


Ikasha is a lawyer rekindling her romance with writing. Her current project is a middle grade children’s book about a young girl who wants to fit in, be cool and dispense justice.

Lisa-Bratby-sqLisa Bratby


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joshua-bruceJoshua Bruce


Joshua Bruce is an American expat living in Singapore as a “trailing spouse”, who writes about the experiences as a newly unemployed house husband and sudden world traveller at  Having taken the hiatus from his career as an IT Manager and software developer, Joshua is also currently working on first novel and has completed the first draft.

david-cDavid Campbell


A retiree, settled in Singapore since 2013. Have self-published a collection of poems. Poetry is my main interest, closely followed by drama. I am currently writing a 40-minute play for radio.

catherineCatherine Carvell


Catherine Carvell is a British born, Australian raised children’s book writer currently living in Singapore.

Her first book, Darcy Moon and the Deep-fried Frogs is an adventure story for 7-11 year olds. It was published by Fremantle Press in 2014, and since then it has been serialised in The West Australian newspaper, become the basis of a literacy program for Australian school children, translated into Turkish and most recently released in the United States as Darcy Moon and the Aroona Frogs.

Catherine is currently working on a second book for children. She is the Regional Advisor of the Singapore Society of children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and runs writing workshops and author talks at schools, libraries and writing festivals.

olivierOlivier Castaignede


Olivier moved from Paris to South-East Asia in year 2000. A keen traveller, he has explored more than 140 countries. When he is not in Somaliland or in Transnistria, he can be seen in Singapore, reading a novel from Dino Buzzati or practicing his broken bahasa with his wife and two young kids.

In 2015, he decided to quit his salaried job as a regional sales director to focus on writing. He is completing a novel in French about a young Indonesian DJ in Jakarta who switches from drugs to radical Islam.

Amos Chan


Amos Chan is a budding novelist and short story writer. Amos always keeps up with the latest novels and has a soft spot for fantasy and Japanese Literature. He writes slice of life and fantasy and hopes to one day debut as a novelist who can tell a meaningful story. Amos believes that everyone should always strive to become better. He also has a channel on Youtube where he reviews Singapore Books and ramblings about writing.

Stephanie Chen


Stephanie Chen is a former partner of a New York City-based private investment fund and a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She is a proud Taiwanese-American and currently lives in Singapore with her husband, two children, and aging cocker spaniel. She is the author of Travails of a Trailing Spouse, published in 2018 by Straits Times Press.

Joseph Chong


Joseph is a fantasy/sci-fi writer. His story is now running in an online contest, check it out here:

IreneIrena Cristalis


Irena Cristalis is a story teller: a writer, broadcaster, film maker and photographer. Born in The Netherlands she moved to Asia where she has been living for more than 25 years. Her non-fiction books about East Timor were published by Zedbooks in London, her fiction by Ethos Books, her journalistic work by international media around the world. She is currently working on a book about Burma.

louise-croweLouise Crowe


Hi, I’m Louise. I’ve been in Singapore for almost two years and am still finding new places to explore! I write poems and short stories and am working on my first novel.

audreyAudrey Currie


Audrey Currie enjoys writing in all genres. She has written and produced plays, won an award for a short films, and received funding for screenplay developments. After a break raising family, she now intends to bring to fruition her completed works and is currently completing her first YA novel.

stephenStephen Dexter


Stephen is an international educator and recently arrived in Singapore with his wife and two children. He is originally from the United States (Massachusetts) and has lived in Switzerland, Togo, and Canada. Writing keeps him centered and he recently finished a manuscript about a man who returns from a life overseas only to find that life “back home” is more difficult. He is hoping to publish the manuscript in 2016. His only other claim to fame is that he had a pet monkey named “George” and sat next to famous newscaster Walter Cronkite at a wedding.

karienKarien van Ditzhuijzen


Karien van Ditzhuijzen has lived and worked all over the world, and writes accordingly. Her first two books were for (or about) children, (published in Dutch), but she has since switched to English and more adult subjects. Her newest passions are human rights, and tending to her jungle garden.

Karien blogs privately at, and coordinates, the blog where Singapore’s migrant workers can share their stories.

shreyaShreya Dutta


Shreya has been in Singapore for over three years. She is a researcher by profession but has been told by many that her writing is not bad at all. Taking that as inspiration, she has written in her university magazine, few webpages and her own two blogs: one on her experiences, dreams and miscellaneous topics and the other on food. She is yet to explore fiction in depth although she is a big fan of Haiku and has written over forty short tales, each not more than few lines. She is also passionate about writing articles which concern the environment.

Nanny-Eliana-sqNanny Eliana


Journalist turned public relations consultant Nanny Eliana published her first short story and attended her first heavyweight music press conference – for famous rock band Jon Bon Jovi – at 14. Almost two decades later, with the help of the Singapore National Arts Council, she finished her first, full-fledged novel, Wrong Turn Right Place. She has received encouragement from a few UK-based literary agents to pursue a publisher for her work and is now editing the manuscript.



AndrewAndrew Eng


I write poems and have published a modest collection of poetry, Kill My Thoughts, in Ebook format.

I’m currently in the midst of working on my second poetry book.

My writing tends to be predominantly dark as my major influences are my choice of literature such as Gillian Flynn and Sylvia Plath and also my choice of music such as Eminem and Marilyn Manson.

kehindeKehinde Fadipe


Kehinde Fadipe is a RADA trained actress with tv and stage credits, including Ruined (The Almeida Theatre), Misfits (E4) and The Body Farm (BBC).

She has written and directed a short film, ‘Spirit Children’, which was shown at festivals including The 2012 Women of Color Arts and Film Festival.

She’s currently teaching English at an International school in Singapore and is working on two novels. She writes a blog about life in Singapore:

haleyHaley Fiege


Haley is a book enthusiast and perpetual tourist based in Singapore. She’s currently writing the next great American novel, a touching story about a dog named Pancakes. You can find her online at

isabelIsabel Gehrer


Considering myself a daydreamer and a nightthinker, I’ve always used writing to process my emotions, eventually resulting in a degree in journalism and organisational communication. While I can be captured by this rather dry practice of the written word, I feel most at home in lands far from the world we live in, surrounded by all kinds of magical creatures with ineffable missions and fantastic features. I’m in Singapore to complete some more of that dry stuff (MBA), and am currently writing on my first fantasy novel in German.

claireClaire Betita De Guzman


Claire Betita de Guzman has worked as a magazine editor for Cosmopolitan Philippines, Preview, and Harper’s Bazaar Singapore, as well as a lifestyle reporter for the broadsheet TODAY. She has a degree in Journalism from the University of the Philippines and has been living in Singapore since 2007. She is now into creative writing — focusing on writing novels, short fiction, and poetry. She is the author of chick-lit novel No Boyfriend Since Birth, which was adapted into a five-episode TV series in the Philippines. Her other novels include Girl Meets World, published in the Philippines, and Budget is the New Black, published by Marshall Cavendish in Singapore.

christopher-hattonChristopher Hatton


Christopher Hatton is a versatile entertainment practitioner, having worked on film and television projects ranging from sci-fi to drama, action to animation.  He wrote, directed and produced the Dolph Lundgren actioner BATTLE OF THE DAMNED, was named one of Geek Magazine’s “Ten ‘B’ Movies That Will Blow You Away In 2014.”  He is the writer of the new children’s animated feature SAVING GOOLA, soon to be released.  He has written for Jackie Chan, the television series STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION and many other projects.  Having decided to try wring prose, he has completed a middle grade novel called “EERIE ISLAND.”

yingshinhoHo Ying Shin


A creative writer who is into graphic novels, urban fantasy, regency romance, anime, manga and video games. I am also interested in discussions on better representations of races, female characters and cultures in writing. I am also a cat lover.

reneeRenee Jarvis


I am currently writing a YA novel. I am just starting out on my writing journey and full of enthusiasm and excitement for where it might take me.

Hilda-JingHilda Jing


A writer to be, love writing strange fictions and short stories. Currently writing a collection of short stories of her own.

Emily Johnston


Emily is currently working on an historical novel about two twentieth-century artists, set in Britain and France. She also writes art criticism.

Richard Knights


Richard is a Fantasy and Science Fiction writer from the UK. He took a hiatus from work to finish writing a Fantasy novel, and is now looking for an agent to wrest him from anonymity. He’s an engineer by profession, but has dreamed of walking into a bookshop and picking up his own novel since he first read Magician by Raymond E. Feist. He keeps a blog about the craft of writing and books he’s enjoyed at

Robert J. Laing


A senior executive with a dirty secret: while pretending to pay attention and take notes during meetings he writes morally ambivalent short stories to stay awake.

sileneSilene Lim


I am an avid diary writer and have been doing so for the past twenty years. I have been searching for a creative writing class for a while now, and would like to fuel my quixotic love of storytelling. I would like to believe that I possess such talents, when in fact, I only had the longing without the afflatus. I work in finance, with a nasty travel habit, and a ferocious appetite for knowledge.

tiffanyTiffany Lim


Tiffany Lim is a freelance producer and marketer. Tiffany Lim was a primary co-ordinator for the Southeast Asian Film Financing Forum (2015). She was a primary scriptwriter for projects with Mediacorp [‘Secrets of the Swamp’ (2015)], Singapore Fashion Runway [‘A Class of Their Own’ (2015)], and Silver Media Group.

She has assisted Oak3Films in the production of their ‘My Secret Apps’ promo videos, and was a Marketing Executive at MOJO Studios. She was a designer for the National Library Board, and a theatrical adviser at Singapore Management University (GAYA 2015 and 2016).

Her resume and portfolio can be found at

wallaceWallace Lim


Hi, name’s Wallace. I enjoy video games and manga, and football too. Recently finished the first draft of my novel, and I hope to get that published ASAP.



Wan Phing Lim was born to Malaysian parents in 1986 in Butterworth, Penang. She is a full-time writer living in Singapore, where her poems and short stories have been published by Ethos Books, Math Paper Press and the National Library Board. She was also a finalist at the Esquire x Montblanc Fiction Project for her story ‘Oil & Water’.

Shanna McGoldrick


Shanna McGoldrick is a British journalist who recently relocated to Singapore from Paris. She can’t wait to explore the island (and its food haunts), and is hoping to turn her lifelong habit of notebook scribbling into something more tangible along the way. Getting a grip on the short story seems like a good place to start.

Sara Moulton


Sara is currently an editor and project manager at a human capital think tank in Singapore. Prior to this, she taught English, literature & reading for six years, both in the US and in Singapore. Her main focuses are on flash fiction and travel writing, and she used to focus solely on poetry. Her work has been in Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Real Deal and The Rectangle.

leylacLeylac Naqvi


Born in Kansas City and raised in Oregon, Leylac Naqvi has since lived up and down the U.S. East Coast, as well as in Spain, Kenya, Pakistan and now Singapore. Her writing is inspired by the relationship between people and place.

Eva Wong Nava


Eva Wong Nava lives between two worlds. She reads copiously and writes voraciously. She holds a degree in English Literature and Language; a Post-Graduate Teaching Certificate and a certificate in Art Writing. A MA in Art History is on the way. Meanwhile, she teaches children and adults how they can use writing for communication and play. She is the founder of CarpeArte Journal.

Deven Nelson


Deven Nelson is originally from a small town in Minnesota, United States. She moved to Singapore in 2016 with her husband Simon. Her professional work has included political organizing and running national and local issue campaigns, as well as nonprofit management and consulting. In addition to writing grants and other fundraising material for non-governmental organizations, she blogs about the intersection of faith and politics and writes personal essays that would make her family disown her (thankfully, nothing’s been published yet).

martin-niklausMartin Niklaus


Martin thinks that all of this is a good idea. Then again, he thought that taking creative writing as a cross-disciplinary subject would be “fun and easy”.

He is a fish out of the water; an engineering student who stumbled upon the irresistible compulsion to become a pseudonymous author.

Since then, he has been corrupted by ambition, the everlasting endeavour to complete his beloved brainchild codenamed, “OPERATION: SEVEN_CHURCHES”.

His mission is to get the first story arc out to the masses by the third-quarter of 2022.

HelleHelle Sidelmann Norup


Helle grew up in a small town in Denmark and in a plethora of imaginary worlds. She has an MBA and sixteen years experience in pharmaceutical marketing and communication. She has lived in the UK, the US, Austria, and Switzerland. Now, she lives in Singapore with her husband and two teenage boys and spends much of her time writing, reading, and taking photos.

Helle is querying her first fantasy novel for children (age 10+) and working on a story for 9-12 year-olds. Her Real and Imaginary Worlds can be found at

natashaNatasha Oliver


Words bring conflict, as well as resolution and freedom. Natasha Oliver has a passion for writing. She has a few short stories published in anthologies and literary journals and has her own boutique writing and coaching company, Mosaic Writing, where she conducts creative writing workshops for children and adults.

Her current projects are an urban fantasy taking place in Singapore about the power of moving forward and a paranormal romance about a mother who has lost her memories and is on a personal odyssey to find her family.

anitaAnita Othman


Anita has moved back to her birth place Singapore, after ten years living in Europe and Asia. She is a freelance writer and has had her works published in magazines and newspapers. She is working on her novel and enjoys slaving in the kitchen when the frustrations of writing get to her!

Joanne Pasquale


I’m a former magazine journalist from the UK. Since being here I’ve taken on a variety of freelance work. I also write a blog which has been rather neglected of late called Five Go Mad In Singers. More recently I have finally (after starting it almost ten years ago!) plucked up the courage to get my book published. It’s a non-fiction book called A Positive Result and is about my experience of bringing up a child with Down Syndrome. I am currently in the final editing stages and hopefully it will be ready by the end of this year. I’m publishing it with Summertime Publishing. Wish me luck!

RadhikaRadhika Pandya


I am from Bombay, India and am working on a fantasy novel. I also am involved in a project to re-write some Hindu myths from a gender friendly perspective.

bodhi-rayBodhi Ray


Full name Bodhisatwa Ray, living in Singapore for last 7 over years with his wife and 5 year old daughter. Works as a PM in a hedge fund.

Started writing short stories and poems a year back and now intends to pursue it seriously.

Publishing history: The poem “Once” got published in an online mag “CultureCult” –



Sarala is an aspiring writer and hopes to become a general fiction and fantasy author in the near future.
Born and raised in Singapore and having lived in Dubai previously, she is presently embarking on an online magazine based in Singapore. Being a hotelier by profession, she has been constantly exposed to people from a plethora of cultures and lifestyles and it is from this she hopes to embark her writing journey. She loves stimulating and life-changing conversations as much as being lost in a mind-blowing novel.

shaine-kathleneShaine Kathlene Salcedo



Sarah SalmonSarah Salmon


Sarah Salmon is an Aussie expat who has spent the past 15 years in Asia. She writes a weekly blog,, covering motherhood, adoption, and infertility. She has written feature articles for The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper and published short stories in the Singapore Writers’ Group anthologies, Tales of Two Cities and Rojak.

Sarah currently lives in Singapore with her husband and their two adopted children from Cambodia.

Hana Scheltat


I don’t like long poems:
only few thoughts unravel
into able words.

If I used them all at once
nothing would be left to write.

Timi---Oct2015Timi Siytangco


Timi Siytangco is a digital media executive most comfortable at the intersection of content and technology. She is an award-winning poet and currently working on narrative non-fiction. Some of Timi’s work can be found on Medium (

meng-weeMeng Wee Tan


Meng Wee lives in Singapore and thanks Jesus for his wife and 2 kids. He listens to all genres of music, enjoys jogging, loves reading, drawing comics and oil painting. He is currently working on his second start-up business – developing and deploying an enterprise software solution for educational institutions:

Jonathan Tjioe


I’m a trainee lawyer who’s probably a bit too creative for the job and needs somewhere to put it all. Currently practicing writing short stories to hopefully one day lead to a novel.

Laura-TimmsLaura Timms


Laura is a psychotherapist and coach, originally from the UK. She writes regularly about topics in psychology on her LinkedIn page and is working on a novel, whilst occasionally getting distracted by short stories.

alexandraAlexandra Touchaud


New Zealander by birth, French by marriage, global citizen by consequence of 23years ‘on the road’. As an international comms professional I’ve lived and worked in 10 countries / 3 continents, and am now enjoying life in Singapore.

Thrilled to finally be focussed on my twin passions of writing and art – looking forward to where this adventure will lead




Tina Walton


[coming soon]

Nabila Binte Zahurnabila


Hi, I’m Nabila, originally from Bangladesh. Currently writing a fantasy book. Always ready to discuss fantasy/sci fi books – am big LotR and Star Wars fan. I also enjoy spicy food and tea. 🙂



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