Hullo again and thanks for looking in. I’m Anne Stenhouse and I’m a writer.
I’m also a reader as I’m sure many of you are. I cannot truly remember a time when I couldn’t read although there must have been one.
I spent an enjoyable five years writing and submitting novel length work to the New Writers’ Scheme of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. A wonderful way to hone one’s skills and learn what’s what (and what’s not).
Meantime, how about Edinburgh 1826 where Bella Wormsley is forced to consider whether a man in the room of her inn is more scary than the bogey-man he claims to protect her from, out there. BELLA’S BETROTHAL is available from many online shops. Here’s amazon and omnilit
A one-2-one at an RNA conference led to an offer from Endeavour and another Scottish Regency, Courting the Countess was published.
I also write short fiction, non-fiction and drama. I know a lot about the Scottish writer JM Barrie and am very proud of my association with Theatre Broad of Stirling for whom I wrote the play JMB & M’Connachie.
As a playwright I have a blog across at Write, Watch and Critique Plays. You can find that here: http://www.annestenhouse.co.uk
Short fiction, and shorter fiction, has led to publication with Dundee’s DC Thomson and a self-published book of short stories with my buddies in Capital Writers.
I have a serial coming up in People’s Friend beginning in the 18th August issue. It neatly combines my interests in theatre and romance. Just awaiting the cover art as I write and it’s an exciting moment. This link People’s Friend blog will take you to an article about my recent visit to their offices in Dundee.