Simon Kettlewell is the author of 5 novels. He grew up in the midlands, trained as a podiatrist and worked as a Senior Manager in the NHS for 17 years, before moving to Romania where he worked in mental health services in Transylvania.
As well as writing an eclectic bunch of books, and running a smallholding (badly) Simon has been the main carer for his 4 children. His latest novel, Eternity Leave recounts this arduous and life-changing experience from which he still remains exhausted.
Simon has been a member of Exeter writers for quite a few years during which time he has won a number of awards including the Trisha Ashley Award for his story Jimmy Christian.