About Me

Hullo again and thanks for looking in. I’m Anne Stenhouse and I’m a writer.

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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.

For the last five years I’ve been writing prose 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).

One of those novels, MARIAH’S MARRIAGE, is e-published by MuseItUp of Canada. There is a follow on from Mariah’s Marriage, Daisy’s Dilemma in process.

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

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

9 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Anne, I saw your post on the SAW website and just wanted to say hi. I attended my first SAW conference this month after joining Angus Writers’ Circle last year and (apart from the near freezing conditions) thought it was excellent. Your blog is very interesting and I look forward to following you. Elizabeth

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