Shah Wharton has been a freelancer since 2012, providing ghost writing, coaching and ghost editing services. She writes short horror fiction and poetry and blogs about her life, writing, spec-fic and horror fiction.
A psychology graduate (1999), she previously worked in industries as dissimilar as perfumery and social work. Some say she is mildly obsessed with Bob Dylan, although her husband and their two glorious rescue pooches are the loves of her life.
Shah’s work has been published by Siren’s Call Publications, and numerous anonymous clients of her ghostwriting services.
Shah is British, lives near Birmingham, UK and is currently studying for her MA in Creative Writing. (2016-2018)
Please subscribe to this blog for up to the minute information, discounts and freebies, (click ‘Subscribe’ above) and do get in touch! The Universal link to her Amazon author page.There’s also an About.me/shahw1 page.
Shah’s Eclectic Qualifications
Shah achieved her BSc (Hons) Psychology 1999, then qualifications in counselling, hypnotherapy, and mentoring. She’s worked in many fields, such as bar work, waitress, admin assistant, sales assistant, makeup artist, and social worker for a home for children with challenging behaviours, a hostel for women with mental health issues, and a halfway-house for men.
She’s travelled extensively, too, and all of these experiences inform her writing and add interesting layers to her characters. She is currently studying for her MA in Creative Writing (2016-2018)
Post Content: Please appreciate that opinions vary and the articles I post here may or may not always match mine. Also, opinions change, which will become clear over time on my blog archive. I do not intend to hurt any one’s feelings so if I do, please contact me directly. Allow me to either explain and/or apologise. Rude comments will be removed.
More importantly, please note that any advice or resource offered here is not meant to replace the good judgement of medicine and medical support. If you’re unsure, ask.
I sometimes receive free copies of books for a review. It does not influence my review in any way. All my reviews are simply my own opinions expressed in the kindest way possible. They cannot be bought or sold, and remain my property.
This policy is valid from 10 December 2010. This blog is a personal blog written and edited by Shah Wharton. For questions about this blog, please use the contact page. This blog accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation sparingly and honestly.
The compensation received will never influence the content, topics or posts made in this blog. All advertising is in the form of advertisements generated by a third party ad network. Those advertisements will be identified as paid advertisements.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.