Robyn Cain

Biography

Robyn moved to England from the Punjab in the 1960s. After spending her childhood in the South of England, she married and moved to the North, finally settling in Cheshire.

She dreamed of being a writer but life had other plans. Now with a degree, PGCE and an MA behind her, she writes whenever not lecturing to post-16 students.

All of Robyn's six self published ebooks are set in Cheshire, incorporate British and Asian cultures and are in different genres which include contemporary, crime and supernatural. Her two collections of short stories are even more diverse. She has dabbled in scripts for theatre and radio and had her short stories published in India.

Website

http://www.robyncain.blogspot.co.uk/

Genre

Contemporary, Supernatural, Crime, Horror

Publications & Performance History

Seven Stops - contemporary novel

Goods By Hand - supernatural/horror novel

A Fine Balance - crime fiction novel

Footsteps of Galatea (sequel to G.B.H.) - supernatural/horror novel

Manna for Heaven - short stories collection

She Dreamed of Flash Fiction - flash fiction collection

Short stories and Flash Fiction in ISF (Magazine in India).

Short play for Holly Holy Day - performed in Nantwich

Script for young children based on Hamlet - a commission

Workshop & Reading Experience

As well as having taught Creative Writing to adults, I've been involved in belonging to and running writing groups for over 20 years.

Group size preference

Less than 15

Group age preference

16+

Working languages

English

Area prepared to travel

An hour from Nantwich

Other information

http://www.robyncain.blogspot.co.uk/
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