Jamie Brindle has lived a fairly normal sort of life so far. He was born in Shefford, Bedfordshire, where he grew up in a garden containing a hedge maze and a workshop where his dad made boomerangs. Since he was home educated until the age of 14, he had plenty of time to learn about the really important things, like how to chase people around the maze, and how to convince customers at Covent Garden Market in London that the one thing they needed most in the whole world was a boomerang. He has studied biochemistry at Sussex University, where he discovered that he really didn’t want to be a biochemist, and worked in a school in Newbury, Berkshire, where he learnt that schools aren’t as bad as he always thought. He is currently training to be a GP in the East Midlands. His first novel, "The Fall of the Angel Nathalie", was published earlier this year by Bedlam Press, an imprint of Necro. It is a dark fantasy/horror novel about what happens when an angel is tempted to meddle too far with human free will in an attempt to make the world a better place. It's also fast-paced, occasionally funny, and available to buy at most reputable online booksellers. You can find it on Amazon and at Bedlam.