Author of A Trip To The Moon and People Make Glasgow
My author’s elixir is poured and waiting for you. Take a sip. Let it radiate. Relax.
Here, wrap yourself in that blanket and come sit by the fire.
My name is Lauren Lloyd. I’m the author of A Trip to the Moon, People Make Glasgow, some short stories and several experimental works in progress. There’s also my blog, Chappin’ at the Windae – gems of controversy, random musings, the occasional rant – posted there.
I hope you’ll take a look. Spend some time. Maybe even lose yourself in some sample short stories I’ve uploaded for you to enjoy.
People Make Glasgow
A Trip to the Moon
Latest from the Blog
Blessed with three sons, I have an impressive knowledge of superheroes. DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Image, IDW. Yaaay. Kick-ass mum. I know them all. After seventeen years of trying hard to stay awake… my conclusion? That superhero movies have a formula. There’s: A good guy; A supportive but hard-to-get girlfriend; Some evil villain he needsContinue reading “Why I Want To Be…… Harley Quinn”
Monteveglio, Northern Italy. Spring 1325. The imposing Abbazia overlooks the valley of Samoggia and the Bolognese Apennines. The women of the abbey scurry about their business dutifully. They know their fortunes depend on servitude, no matter how distasteful. “Our Pope has the leadership and the appendage of a maggot on heat.” Pagolo spits his malevolenceContinue reading “War of the Bucket”
“Everyone has a story to tell. Everyone is a writer, some are written in the books and some are confined to hearts.”Savi Sharma THE END…. THE PERFECT ENDING. With a final late-night, all-consuming, impassioned push my literary baby is born. A culmination of love, perfection, emotional fragility, she lies swaddled in my arms as everyContinue reading “Let’s Talk About….. Writing Books”
Praise for People Make Glasgow
“Entertaining and thought provoking”
“A must read. I was laughing one minute, crying the next. Can’t wait for more.”
“Lauren Lloyd shows in this collection that she is equally at home writing in a variety of styles”