In 2012, Corsair published her debut novel for adults, The Quiddity Will Self, a quirky literary novel about sex, death, Will Self, and the Great Vowel Shift, which The Sunday Times described as ‘ingenious, energetic and inventive’. Her next book, a memoir about being a carer, The Fragments of My Father, will be published in 2019 by Fourth Estate.
She has also written dark, crossover thrillers for young adults which are published and translated into 5 languages. The Boys Who Saved the World, a satire on the War on Terror, is currently being developed for film starring Tyger Drew-Honey, the star of TV Series ‘Outnumbered.’ Blackout was nominated for the Carnegie prize, won the Stockport Schools Prize and second place in the Lancashire Book of the Year award, as well as being shortlisted for the Manchester Book Award and the RED prize. Her new YA novel, It Ends With You will be published by Little, Brown in 2018. She is co-director of independent press Dodo Ink, which champions daring and difficult literary fiction, where she has edited authors including Neil Griffiths and Monique Roffey.