Anne Wrightwell lives in London with her husband and a longhaired tortoiseshell and white cat whose brains definitely do not exceed her beauty but who is excellent at shedding hair.
Anne is an identical twin, which gives her the right to look down on mere fraternal twins.
Anne wrote a novel aged thirteen. Sadly, this 'literary gem' was lost to history when her father threw it out while having a clear out while she was at university.
The Little Book of Quirky Christmas Stories is her first published book. She co-wrote it with her friend, Rose Bishop. Christmas in Northmold and A Christmas by the Seaside were written by Anne and Rose as a challenge to write a short story within a month about their experiences during one weekend at a seaside town. Rose then suggested writing a book of short stories all themed around Christmas and The Little Book of Quirky Christmas Stories is the result.
Anne is currently working on her next book, an adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, called ' Pride and Prejudice, the Gender Bender Version'.
Anne's story, Christmas in Northmold is one of the stories in Off The Kuf, an anthology of stories by indie authors to benefit the Kindle Users Forum. It was published on 4 November 2013. Her story, The Interview is in Off The Kuf Volume 2, published in December 2013.