Jacqui Lofthouse is the author of four novels The Temple of Hymen, Bluethroat Morning, Een Stille Verdwijning and The Modigliani Girl. Her novels have sold over 100,000 copies in the UK, the USA and Europe. She has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia and has taught creative writing in a broad variety of settings from City University to Feltham Young Offenders Institution. She leads the team at The Writing Coach and is currently working on her own sixth novel. You can find out more about Jacqui here and on her author website jacquilofthouse.com.
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Jacqueline Smith comes from a background in education within a wide range of settings including schools, Kew Gardens and The Natural History Museum. Originally trained as a Marine Biologist, she is particularly interested in environmental education and is also currently working on her first novel.
PA to Jacqui Lofthouse
Emma Coxon started working with The Writing Coach in 2017, as Jacqui Lofthouse’s PA and has been supporting her ever since with various aspects of the business. Emma has a background in sales and marketing, having worked as an Account Manager for advertising agencies in London and then for wellbeing company Pukka Herbs in Bristol. Emma is also a writer and is passionate about exploring the wonder of nature and living a creative life on her blog Little Piece of Wonder. She was also Psychologies magazine’s Food & Living Editor for several years. Emma lives in Wiltshire with her husband and daughter and you can find her writing at littlepieceofwonder.co.uk
Laura has published six novels for adults (two under a pseudonym) and numerous short stories. Her contemporary fiction is published by award-winning independent press, Accent. Her novel, Public Battles, Private Wars, was a Welsh Books Council Book of the month. Her latest, Skin Deep, has been widely praised. See her work on her Amazon author profile. Alongside writing, she runs workshops on craft and has spoken at literary events nationwide. Over the past seven years she’s worked as a developmental editor and mentor, coaching writers to competition shortlistings and publication.