I first started writing seriously when my tutor on a creative writing course pointed me towards the Romantic Novelists' Association and their New Writers' Scheme. Thanks to them, my debut novel "The Hand He Dealt" was accepted by Totally Bound in 2011 and was nominated for the Joan Hessayon Award for 2012. I haven't stopped writing since.
This year I'm working on my new series “Rock My World” plus the upcoming release of my back collection as audiobooks.
When I'm not writing, I love to read historical fiction and non-fiction as well as anything paranormal. I love to visit the theatre, watch horror movies and go to rock concerts. I also have two cats who like to destroy the house at night.
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Tanith Davenport - USA Today feature
Joyce: Welcome to HEA, Tanith! Please tell us a bit about your new release, I Wish I’d Never Met You.
Tanith: I Wish I’d Never Met You follows Flick as she returns home from university only to encounter her closeted ex-girlfriend Elodie, who broke her heart four years ago and has regretted it ever since.
Tanith Davenport - BTSe Mag featureIf you ask my husband what it’s like being married to a writer, he’ll have a few answers ready. The times he’s been queried about his role in my latest sex scene would probably spring to mind, as would the hours spent on the computer hammering away at the keyboard or on the couch feverishly writing notes for tomorrow’s writing.
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