About the Book
Set in the ever-changing structure of the home, The House on Beckett Lane examines every corner of tragedy over a fifteen-year period. Rogers combines voice, dialogue and description to create a poignant narrative which explores the individuality of thought and demonstrates the multiplicity of perspective.
Hi there, I'm Emma and I recently graduated with a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Kent. When I'm not writing, I work part-time in the retail sector. At a young age, I became enthused by the work of Jacqueline Wilson and began writing short stories of my own. Ever since I have dreamed of having a book of my own published and jumped at the chance to participate in a university module where I could do just that. I love spending time cosied up in bed with a good book, usually a young adult or contemporary romance, and updating my blog, It’s A Reader’s Life, with reviews. When I'm not reading, you’ll find me taking the cutest cockapoo, Nobby, on long walks.