CJ Harter has dissected human bodies in Sheffield, shushed library-users in Wigan, shared poetry in Liverpool, organised bed baths in Salford. Now she helps folk connect with their creativity through writing. She has a degree in Literature and Philosophy, is mother to two adults, wife to one and slave to two tiny dogs.
Her first novel, psychological thriller Rowan's Well - "Some friends, you’re better off without" - won a Chill With A Book Readers’ Award, was shortlisted in the Words With Jam First Page 2017 Competition and is garnering fabulous 5 star reviews. Find it here
The new release Fitful Head: A Ghost Story - "Imagine you lose your mind... and something’s waiting to take its place" - recently won second prize in Liverpool Writing On The Wall Festival’s Pulp Idol contest and was highly placed in the international UK-NWC competition. Find it here
CJ has been an active member of South Manchester Writers' Workshop for several years. This is what she has to say about it: "I joined the group to help keep me on track and accountable with my writing and publishing goals. I was slightly overawed on my first visit by so many people and their obvious and varied talents. Happily, I was made to feel welcome and valued, and soon made great friends in the group. I couldn't have progressed as I have, without them.">