Jessie Lewis enjoys words far too much for her own good and was forced to take up writing them down, in order to save her friends and family from having to listen to her saying so many of them. Her studies in Literature and Philosophy at university firmly established her admiration for the potency of the English language.
She has always been particularly in awe of Jane Austen’s literary cunning and has delighted in exploring Austen’s Regency world in her own historical fiction, with her novels Mistaken, Speechless, Fallen, Epiphany and A Match Made at Matlock.
It is of no relevance whatsoever to her ability to coherently string words together that she lives in Hertfordshire with two tame cats, two feral children and a pet husband. She is also quite tall, in case you were wondering.
Jessie’s website: www.lifeinwords.blog