Fast-forward a few years. In 2000 I won the Romantic Novelists' Association's New Writer's Award for my first novel THE WRONG SORT OF GIRL. After three more romantic comedies published by Hodder & Stoughton, my favourite being THE MOON ON A STICK, life with my young family took over.
My latest books are contemporary fairy tales set in the picture-book Welsh hills. ONCE UPON A WINTER reached #1 in both the Contemporary Fantasy and the Fairy Tale charts on Amazon UK. My latest releases are THE TROUBLE WITH KNIGHTS IN SHINING ARMOUR and THE LITTLE BOOK OF LOST HEARTS. I also have two short stories, GENIE OF THE ROCK and PANDORA AND THE MUSIC BOX, in the BELINDA JONES TRAVEL CLUB 'SUNLOUNGER' anthologies.
I live in North Wales with my husband, two sons, one daughter and a headful of plotlines. Please visit my website if you'd like to know more.
Other than reading and sleeping (both rare but much-cherished pleasures) she's a big fan of great TV drama, films, long country walks and travel. She currently spends far too much time on social media but would, of course, deny the fact if anyone pointed it out.
The Dead Wife's Handbook is Hannah's first novel. She sincerely hopes it won't be her last.
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