Deborah Bosley is a travel writer, novelist, editor and journalist who has run workshops for local authorities, the NHS and mental health charities. She particularly enjoys helping workshop participants discover their strengths as well as giving them constructive guidance on how to improve all their written communications. She believes passionately that anyone can be taught to write clearly and effectively with a few simple techniques. Deborah wrote the original Rough Guides to San Francisco and California and her first novel, Let Me Count the Ways, was runner up for the Betty Trask Award. A long-term contributor to the Literary Review, she has also written for the Evening Standard, the Observer, The Oldie and the Catholic Herald. She was a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Oxford Brookes University and is currently the editor of two online town guides.