Feature writing in Suffolk Magazine

An incredible Paralympic hopeful and Lavenham Literary Festival featured

You can find my latest writing work in this month’s Suffolk Magazine (November edition).

First up is an interview with award-winning author, Kate Mosse, who is one of the headline acts at this year’s Lavenham Literary Festival. In the piece entitled, ‘For the Love of Lavenham’, Kate talks about her new book The Taxidermist’s Daughter, her good friend and fellow festival author, Sheila Hancock, and the fact that she can’t wait to come back to Lavenham for the festival which takes place between Friday 13 November and Sunday 15 November.

This month’s magazine also features my interview with the amazing Owen Pick. Having suffered devastating injuries at the age of 18 during his first tour of Afghanistan, Owen turned such horrors into incredible positives and is now eyeing a place in the 2018 Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, in the sport of adaptive snowboarding. It is impossible not to be inspired by talking to 23-year-old Owen.

I thank both Kate Mosse and Owen Pick for their time and for agreeing to the interviews.