Janice Cumberlidge is the author of several books of fiction and non-fiction.She is currently working on her first full-length novel

LATEST RELEASE

Hidden: A Short Story of Teen Love

Kayla finds yet another mystery gift in her school locker. But who is it from and how did it get there?

Kayla is in her final year of high school, studying hard for her exams. She also works part-time at the local hardware store, where she feels more at home with her 70-year-old boss than she does with her own parents.

Can the store owner help Kayla uncover the mystery of the gifts, and how will she feel once she discovers the truth?

A short, heart-warming story of teen love.

BOOKS

Cracking The Website Code Book

WEBSITE BOOKS

Janice is a full-time software developer and web designer. Her website books provide site owners with the ability to design and maintain their own site, and understand how to tailor the site to the needs of their ideal audience member.

SHORT STORIES

Janice is writing a series of short stories entitled ‘A Subtle Take on the Seven Deadly Sins’, which feature women leads in trying circumstances.

She has also had short stories published in anthologies, and is currently working on her first full-length novel.

 

ABOUT

Janice Cumberlidge was raised in Blackpool in the UK – a seaside town equally popular with holidaying families and hen parties. She studied mathematical engineering at Loughborough university, going on to work in software development for an aerospace company. A short break to work as a portrait photographer punched a hole in her 27-year programming career.

Janice regularly provides other authors with self-publishing and website advice, based on her own experience, and has presented demonstrations and masterclasses on both. She lives in Preston with her husband and six cats.

SELF-PUBLISHING

Dive into my free classes below, which include downloads to help you self-publish your books faster.

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