Sheelagh is a writer and vicar who lives in the North West of England. She seeks to bring stories of ordinary people dealing with contemporary issues of faith and life to the widest audience.

Latest News: 

The Association of Christian Writers has chosen Going Home as their featured short story for their Winter quarterly magazine. The magazine, published in December, is not available online, but you can read the story

on The Write Life page.

November News: Floss is getting ready for a very special day - Friday 13th November is BBC Children In Need Day.  A day for remember others who need our support. Why not check out the official website for more details.https://www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk/

Oct News

 Sunday 20 will be Homelessness Sunday in the UK. Churches throughout the country will  pray for those without shelter and for those who work to support them.  My Church works in partnership with a local based homeless charity that now provides accommodation to  6 young people in our converted Parish Rooms.(see 'About Me').  

Sheelagh's Books

Raising star Aaron Summers learns the real action on set is happening off camera.  Ignored by critics favourite, Jasmine, out classed by gifted unknown Noah,

Aaron wonders if talent is going to be enough to survive the shoot when he realizes someone is trying to sabotage the very film that could make them all stars.

 The novel is based on Sheelagh's own experiences of working with young actors as a youth worker.

5.0 out of 5 stars a page-turner!

 

This book was great. It was different, mysterious and cunning; it showed the ups and downs of fame. The divas, the wannabes, the co-star crushes, the screaming fans, the fights and homework. Towards the end it became a real page-turner, finding out about the saboteur.

A must-read for those who love a good mystery. I think I'm going to read it again!

4.0 out of 5 stars Ms. White has some natural talent of her own ...

 

This is by far the best self-published book that I've read all year.  The storyline is engaging, the dialogue is realistic, and the characters are endearing.   It combines mystery, love, stardom, and suspense in a very entertaining package and deals with a few challenging teenage issues in a competent way.

M K Barton (Reader)

What to read a extract from Natural Talent?  Click here for the first scene.