Growing up in the soggy hills of West Yorkshire, Blythe spent half the year curled up with any book she could get her hands on, writing stories, and inventing things with her sister, Natalie. In warmer months, the two could be found acting out these stories in the local fields.
Nowadays, Blythe lives a little further away from those beautiful hills, but does no less reading or writing.
She is working on finishing her first manuscript, Lines, and polishing her second manuscript which a science fiction adventure. Blythe has also scripted the first issue of a comic book, Greenhouse, and is looking forward to continuing the series.
She is currently in her final year at the University of Huddersfield studying BA English Literature and Creative Writing and hopes to undertake her Creative Writing MA there too.
Her favourite genres are any and all speculative fiction, New Weird, YA and historical fantasy.
In her spare time, she likes to review books, visit her family, make gorgeous meals for her fiancée and bake tonnes of brownies with her best friend. She can most often be found sipping coffee with her fellow graduates or tweeting about writing. Blythe has a penchant for tending unusual plants and is currently growing a Desert Rose from seed (and will probably blog about the fact).