Lucinda Elliot is the proud honouree of the B.R.A.G medallion for outstanding fiction for her debut novel, ‘That Scoundrel Emile Dubois’.
I love to write Gothic fiction, perhaps because I was brought up in a series of isolated great houses in the UK which my parents were renovating in the days before it became fashionable, which would have made excellent settings for a gothic novel. Having lived and worked in London for many years, I now live and write in Mid Wales.
I have published four novels and under another pen name, four novellas.
By the way, if you can guess my other pen name, I will give you a prize of all those novellas and one of my novels written as Lucinda Elliot.
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I have also had various articles published, including some in ‘The F Word’. Readers might like to explore my article on the ‘Troy’ film or