The Charmed Life of Alex Moore (Pan MacMillan, 2018)

My debut novel has been described as Bridget Jones meets The Matrix (yes, really). It’s about a 31-year-old woman called Alex, a tech entrepreneur from London who goes on a wild adventure to Orkney to uncover the extraordinary secret behind her overnight success. It’s got murder and magic and (sorry mum) a bit of sex.

But it’s also about tech and nature, fear and failure, bravery and belief - and, above all, the big old question: to what extent can we truly change who we are?

It’s out now in hardback, paperback and audiobook.

What an impressive, enrapturing novel. Do yourself a favour. Read this book. I promise you it’s not what you expect, and in the best way possible.
— Danny Forston, The Sunday Times
Brilliantly fuses the worlds of books and tech. Add a little sprinkle of magic, and you’ve got an absolute page-turner.
— Reading in Heels

Women Invent the Future (Doteveryone, 2018)


Technology is transforming our lives - but only 19% of the people who create it are women. Commissioned by Doteveryone and NESTA with six leading female authors from Becky Chambers to Walidah Imarisha, this groundbreaking anthology asks: can different stories about the future help girls succeed as inventors and entrepreneurs?

My story, A DARKER WAVE - near-future sleep science meets Macbeth - explores what happens when the tech world's ceaseless hunger for self-improvement starts to alter the most basic elements of human experience.

I cannot think of a single reason you wouldn’t rush to get this book.
— Catherine Mayer, Co-founder of the Women's Equality Party
Provocative, thought-provoking work by some of the sharpest voices in the field.
— Alistair Reynolds, science fiction author