About Jeannie Wycherley
Jeannie Wycherley leapt at the chance to write when she was made redundant from lecturing in 2012. Since then she’s been honing her craft, learning as much as she can from other writers, and scribbling short stories. Crone took several years to perfect, but she finally took the plunge and self-published in May 2017. A repackaged anthology of her short horror stories, Deadly Encounters followed in August. Most recently, her short story, ‘A Concerto for the Dead and Dying’, has been included in the bestselling vampire anthology, Mrs Dracula, released October 13th, 2017, and her latest offering ‘Half sick of shadows’ is included in the Writers’ Playground anthology To the Sea (all proceeds to charity).
Jeannie’s inspiration is largely drawn from the landscape where she lives in East Devon, UK: rocky coast, pebble and sand beaches, winding lanes, picture perfect cottages, cliffs and forest. She lives with her husband and three dogs, make a lot of soup in her cauldron, is a terrible insomniac, and plays a lot of Runescape.