At five years old Caroline declared that she wanted to be a writer but was told in return, "That's nice dear, but you have to get a proper
A few decades later, having worked as a journalist, a commercial copywriter, a voice actor and a qualified psychotherapist, she fulfilled her ambition and took up writing full-time (and, yes, it's a proper job).
She has had over thirty short stories published (mostly science fiction, fantasy and horror genres), won a few awards along the way, wrote the best-selling non-fiction book 'How to Survive the Terrible Twos; Diary of a Mother Under Siege', launched a pre-World War One crime series 'The Euphemia Martins Mysteries', had several plays produced and is currently Writer in Residence with the Edinburgh-based theatre company, Siege Perilous. She has won mentorships by both the Scottish Book Trust and The Playwrights Studio, Scotland, and is a popular mentor and workshop tutor herself with a string of sell-out events under her belt.
Caroline lives in a cottage by the sea with her partner and two children and is currently hard at work on some young adult fantasy novels, a couple of plays and a teaching course.