changing viewpoint

How would you cope if you could hear everyone’s thoughts?


That’s what Kate Gregory, the protagonist in my latest fiction novel, The Lost Voice, has had to face every day of her life.

Writing the book was an interesting experience, and it obviously got me wondering what this would be… Continue reading →

Sh** Happens…

images-1I had rather an unpleasant encounter this week which left me reeling, or is that thrashing, in another person’s venom.

I sent out a blanket invitation to ‘like’ my writer Facebook page, and hovered over the button before pressing it,… Continue reading →

The Dream Revolution

I genuinely overheard the following conversation in a ladies toilet between two women as they were leaving:

‘I finally got rid of it’

‘What?’

‘That octopus’

I didn’t get to hear the rest of the story, but it left me… Continue reading →

An Unremarkable Man…

I was in town today when a rather unremarkable man caught my eye.  He looked back at me then acted nonchalant, puffed with importance, as he swiped his card to gain access to the newspaper building, clearly pleased he… Continue reading →

About me

Allison Agius lives in the North East of England with her husband.  They have five children between them. 

When she’s not working or writing she spends her time riding her Honda Hornet (in the summer), running (in the summer) and eating chocolate!