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Hermione Laake, also writing as Wilds
Hello dear readers, writers, artists and bloggers, I hope you enjoy my content and feel the desire to engage with me. After all engagement is what feeds the intellect.
Hermione Laake is an award-nominated children’s writer, published emerging author, and associate of the Society of Authors. In 2012 she published her debut sequel to Jane Eyre, a novella cum short story, Betha’s Journal: A Perfect Immleman [n] sic Turn under her pen name, Hermione Wilds. Recently Laake has focused on writing short stories, four of which have been accepted for publication; ‘Consumption’ was published with O:JA&L in 2020. Laake raised five children, assisted as teaching support in schools and colleges, reads for her Creative Writing MA at Kingston School of Art, London, is Associate Editorial Intern, Contributing Editor & Youtube Communications Manager for O:JA&L., and is a Londoner and keen cyclist living in Bristol with her partner.
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I am an English graduate with a BA (HONS) in English and I am currently studying for an MA in Creative Writing with Kingston School of Art, London.