I am an author, poet, screenwriter and playwright. I am looking to move into ghostwriting.
As well as writing, I run creative writing workshops and teach creative writing at a primary school.
Set in the picturesque Pelorus Sounds in New Zealand's Marlborough region, Playing Beneath the Havelock House is the moving story of Dai and Bronwyn Ifans, a grieving couple who attempt to rebuild their lives after the death of their young son.As the sorrow threatens to destroy their relationship, two mysterious young children come into their lives and have a profound effect on them both. One ... read more
As Europe prepares for the din of battle in The Great War, a British cartographer roams the silent dunes of The Empty Quarter in the Arabian Desert. Following a violent sandstorm which leaves him lost and close to death, Peter Carter is rescued by a tribe of Bedouin nomads. While in their care he befriends chief Ghalib, but falls in love with his daughter, Farra. Truth, trust and friendship ar... read more
Albatross Bay is a moving novella from Jon Lawrence, the author of The Pastoral. A father watches his young son sleeping in front of the fire in a little house near the waters around Cape Horn. As the fire flickers he recalls his own difficult childhood and the love he had for the mother he lost and the father he feared. Finally, he recalls the legend of the albatross and begins to understand ... read more
The Pastoral is the semi-fictional account of British composers Ralph Vaughan Williams and George Butterworth during the First World War. Both saw active service and witnessed the horrors of trench warfare; Vaughan Williams as a member of the medical corp, while Butterworth fought at the Battle of The Somme. Following the events and timeline that we know to be true, Jon Lawrence offers a hypot... read more
Bella is an agoraphobic young woman who, obsessed with books since a child, has searched for romance and love in the written word. Then one day a man enters her life at The Wallflower Cafe. Is he the man who can make love real? Or has love been there all along? The Wallflower Cafe is the fifth play from Jon Lawrence and considers mental illness, love, grief and books."
Eccentric Welshwoman Anwyn Jones, returns to her hometown of St David's following the death of her husband. As her memory begins to deteriorate she fears losing all recollections of her departed, but makes friends with a fractured family coming to terms with their own issues which threaten to destroy the family forever. Yet within sight of the guiding light of the lighthouse friendships are ma... read more
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