Carol Creasey

Carol Maureen Creasey was born on 8th April 1944, and has lived most of her life in Kent. She attended Archbishop Tenison's Grammar School, leaving in 1960 with 2 O levels, in French and Latin. She returned to Evening classes in 1980s, and passed  GCSE  in Social and Economic History, English Language,  English Literature, Psychology, Sociology, and A level Literature.

    

1993 her first book MY LIFE IS WORTH LIVING!

Which was inspired by her son, who was born with autism and multiple handicaps. It was published by United Writers Publications.

From 1996 she worked as a nanny for 6 years, caring for 3 children

Her second novel Fatal Obsession  1996

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She had 4 children, and now has 4 granddaughters.

Her hobbies include reading, walking , swimming, and playing tennis and badminton.

About me

A story about a young sportswoman, and her psychotic boyfriend. How his behaviour affects her life and his own. It was published in paperback by Minerva Press.

She continued to write articles and another novel,  
Not Just An Affair, published by United Writers in 2006. This was a story about two people, both unhappily married,  drawn together because of their vulnerability, who plunge into a passionate affair, and how this affects the lives of everyone around them.


During the 1970s she owned and ran her own shop