Welcome, and thank you for visiting my website! This is my first ever blog post, so I’ll give you a quick introduction to my writing…

It’s all in your mind…and my stories explore perception, perspective, the inextricability of stories, cause and effect…the fact that ‘reality’ is subjective. They are dark, psychological, twisted.

My debut psychological thriller, The (D)Evolution of Us, came out on Star Wars Day 2020, published by darkstroke; I am in the process of editing my second, which runs alongside the story of TDofU, and has the working title of Glasshouse.

Here’s the trailer for The (D)Evolution of Us. I hope you enjoy it. I hope you enjoy reading it more! Until next time…

Published by morwennablackwood

When Morwenna Blackwood was six years old, she got told off for filling a school exercise book with an endless story when she should have been listening to the teacher/eating her tea/colouring with her friends. The story was about a frog. It never did end; and Morwenna never looked back. Born and raised in Devon, Morwenna suffered from severe OCD and depression, and spent her childhood and teens in libraries. She travelled about for a decade before returning to Devon. She now has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Exeter, and lives with her husband, son and three cats in a cottage that Bilbo Baggins would be proud of. Morwenna is the author of bestselling noir psychological thrillers, The (D)Evolution of Us, and Glasshouse, published by #darkstroke. Her third novel, Underrated, is currently with her editor, and the fourth is in progress. When she is not writing, Morwenna works for an animal rescue charity, or can be found down by the sea. She often thinks about that frog.

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