JJ Marsh is the author of The Beatrice Stubbs series, featured in The Guardian Readers' Recommend and The Bookseller's Editor's Choice She is a founder member of Triskele Books, an independent author collective founded in 2011. To date, the Triskelites have published 21 books, won a flurry of awards and created initiatives to support other writers, such as The Indie Author Fair and The Big Five Competition. Jill is also the Swiss Ambassador for The Alliance of Independent Authors. Co-editor of The Woolf Quarterly, Zürich's literary ezine, whose aim is to keep the English-speaking writing community connected, entertained and informed. The Woolf also organises WriteCon, an annual writers' workshop weekend each spring.
As a journalist, Jill is part of the Words with JAM team, a magazine for writers which includes interviews, news, articles, question corner, first page critique, competitions and reviews.
Speaking engagements include London Book Fair, Crimefest (Bristol), The Writers and Artists Yearbook Publishing in a Digital Age (London), WriteCon Zürich, Geneva Writers' Conference and Chorleywood Litfest.
Aside from all this, she reads for Bookmuse, the review site with a difference. Firstly, Bookmuse writers only review books they can genuinely recommend. Second, each review adds ideal accompaniments: the right food, drink and music to enhance your reading experience.
Originally from Wales, Jill spent time in Africa, the Middle East, Portugal and France before finally settling in Switzerland with her husband and dogs. Nowadays, in an attic overlooking a cemetery, she writes crime.