Author Paula Houseman was once a graphic designer.
But when the temptation to include ‘the finger’ as part of a logo for a forward-moving women’s company proved too much, she knew it was time to give up design.
Instead, she took up writing.
Her love of satire, combined with a fondness for double entendres, means her novels – earthy chick lit and romantic comedy – are a tad Monty Pythonesque.
‘But,’ says Houseman, whose Ruth Roth series features a humourless schoolmarm with Continue reading