Jane Corry trained as a journalist and is also a successful novelist. She has run workshops for clients including charities and universities, and her emphasis is on imparting writing skills (including the mysteries of the apostrophe!) with an easy-to-understand approach. She has lectured in creative writing at Oxford University and elsewhere, and was writer-in-residence at a high-security prison in Oxfordshire where she helped prisoners to write novels, short stories, poems and letters. Jane was a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Exeter University. She has written for The Times, Daily Telegraph and several women’s magazines. Her most recent novel My Husband’s Wife, published by Penguin, was a Sunday Times bestseller.