Lucinda Elliot writes and lives in mid Wales. She likes gothic, dystopias, historical and steampunk. She can’t resist putting a bit of comedy into her writing, however serious the subject.
Her e-book ‘That Scoundrel Emile Dubois or The Light of Other Days’ was released in August and is available from the following online stores:
That Scoundrel Emile Dubois on Amazon.co.uk
She has had various articles published, including some in ‘The F Word’. Readers might like to explore her article on the ‘Troy’ film or her article on Elizabeth Gaskell’s ‘Sylvia’s Lovers’
Currently, she is working on a novella, a horror story about the obsession of a modern writer with the Russian poet Aleksandr Pushkin and his tragic end involving his jealousy over his wife’s flirtation with a dashing officer and his consequent fatal duel.
The Silver Quill Blogger’s Award