Bryony’s writing career began as the co-author of a number of celebrity biographies with Lucy Ellis, published by Random House, Virgin Books, Aurum Press, Ebury Press, Omnibus Press, Music Sales, Hannibal, Birmar, and Heel Verlag. Together they have been called ‘professional storytellers’ by The Guardian, ‘very professional’ by Film Review, ‘immensely readable’ by The Beat Goes On, ‘detailed’ by Sunday Express, and ‘insightful’ by OK! Magazine. Bryony’s most recent collaboration, Being Biracial: Where Our Secret Worlds Collide with Sarah Ratliff, is a self-published anthology of essays from authors all over the globe, exploring how being more than one ethnicity affects identity.
Now working as an editor, Bryony specialises in memoirs, lifestyle how-tos, and fiction…with a twist. She particularly enjoys collaborating on thrillers, dystopian fiction, speculative fiction, science fiction, mysteries, horror, historical fiction and tales that are just that little bit out of the ordinary. She works with published and emerging authors, offering developmental and line editing as required.