Sue is the CEO of Writing Times. She has diplomas in Photography and Freelance Travel Writing, as well as expertise in short story writing. Sue created Writing Times in order to give writers the opportunity to do what they do best, and to provide audiences with a range of interesting reviews and articles. Sue also has a creative side, involving card-making - find out more at Creative Card Choices.
Sophia Moss is a freelance writer, blogger and journalist. Since leaving the 9-5 lifestyle, Sophia has been working as a ghost writer for several clients. In addition, Sophia has been contributing articles for numerous online publications, while running four of her own blogs.To find out more, go here.
Amy McLean is an author of spiritual fiction. In 2014, she graduated with a first-class degree in English Literature from the University of Sunderland, alongside a published dissertation about Lord Byron. When she's not writing, she enjoys reading crime fiction and watching thriller films.
Amy is a keen traveller. Her favourite place to visit is Hampstead, which inspires her writing. She lives with her cat Medora, who often makes appearances in Amy's film and literature-based YouTube videos.
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Assistant Editor - Sophie Dixon
Sophie is a blogger, free-lance writer and an aspiring author. Since graduating from Canterbury University with an upper-second class honours degree in Literature, Sophie has been writing her own compilation of short stories and poetry.
Sophie blogs about her travelling experiences, as well as scientific advancements and contemporary issues. When she is not writing or reading, Sophie enjoys hiking across the Kent country side and travelling.
Nickie Shobeiry is a London-based writer. While studying English at the University of Exeter, she worked as a newspaper columnist and arts correspondent.Her articles have appeared in various magazines. Find out more about Nickie here.
Arline Mellor graduated from Staffordshire University in 2006, where she studied English. She went on to pursue a teaching career and was a Secondary English and Media Studies teacher until 2016. After having a baby, she decided to leave mainstream education working part-time tutoring students at home.
Arline’s true passion however, is writing. She enjoys writing creatively, whether that be short stories, articles or poetry. Arline has been blogging for many years but this has now evolved from a crafting blog to a blog that documents her world and how it has changed since becoming a parent. Arline always has her head in a book and enjoys reviewing a variety of texts.