Victoria Brown is a writer of thrillers and upmarket women’s fiction, represented by Annette Crossland of A for Authors agency.
Her novel, Darling Girl, won the PageTurner Writing Award and LGBT genre award, and the ‘I Am In Print’ thriller competition. Season of Silence was longlisted for the Caledonia Novel Award. Her work in progress was shortlisted for the PageTurner Mentorship Award and she has recently received Arts Council funding in recognition of her achievements. She is a Curtis Brown Creative alumna. Her short stories and flash fiction have been published in print and online.
Victoria studied English Literature at the University of Cambridge and lives in Cambridge UK, with her young family. She enjoys reading crime and thriller, upmarket women’s fiction, historical and literary fiction.
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Victoria reviews ARCs via NetGalley and other books upon request. If you have a sapphic book you’d like to send her for review, please use the contact form. Please note: Victoria doesn’t read f/f SFF, horror or erotica.
In terms of non-fiction, she is interested in the history of gay rights, the lesbian and bi scene past and present, and all things feminism.
Victoria is an incorrigible people-watcher and, when given the chance, she’s to be found scribbling in coffee shops, in the pool, or at the drum kit.