About the Author
Tabitha McGowan is a writer of dark romantic fiction. She lives in the north east of England with a long-suffering husband and a surprisingly tolerant teenage daughter, as well as a small menagerie that currently includes three dogs, four cats, two ferrets, a rabbit, and a small hamster called Bouffy the Kibble Slayer.
She has written professionally since graduating from university with a degree in Theatre Studies, and has worked as a scriptwriter for a theatre company, a writer-in-residence for the National Railway Museum and a copywriter. She’s also a qualified teacher, and sings in a folk/acoustic band when not hunched, cursing loudly, over her laptop keyboard with a quadruple gin and tonic at her side. Her hobbies include fire-breathing (yes, really…), and being a feminazi intent on destroying civilisation as we know it.
Her first novel, The Tied Man, was released in January 2013, and has been delighting/shocking/sickening readers (usually at the same time) ever since; she’s now working on ‘Unbound’, a sequel to The Tied Man, as well as planning the adventures – romantic and otherwise – of the rather beautiful Immanuil and Tolly from her short story, ‘Healing’.
She can regularly be found on Facebook and Twitter, usually procrastinating wildly and providing links to cats doing amusing things, and blogs about her writing on Goodreads.
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