Anne Frehill, Meath
Anne`s earliest memories are of storybooks and her delight in them. She stacked them in boxes and in presses, earning her the name “ bookworm” with her family, while they acted as a spur to make her an able reader before starting school. Following a degree in social science, she worked as a social worker for years. However, a serious accident forced her to change careers and she studied history and folklore while being a carer to her Dad.
Anne enjoys writing fiction and non-fiction and has contributed to “Sunday Miscellany -RTE Radio. She is passionate about animal welfare and care of the earth. Anne has independently published two books, "Reapers of Justice" and "When Silence Hurts"