Lucy Mohan
People often joke about Lucy being an eternal student but it’s not too far from the truth. She's spent over twenty-five years of her life in education (so far ...) either studying subjects like media and creative writing, or teaching media and English in secondary schools.

She lives and breathes horror and fantasy and wrote her first stories as a teenager, always searching for new and gruesome ways to terrify her friends. It was inevitable, therefore, that Lucy would become a storyteller of things that scare her.

About  The Sixes and Sevens

One chosen to save the world: one chosen to end it.

When sixteen-year-old Faye learns of a looming apocalypse, she wonders if it’s such a bad thing. With her mum always away and after the death of her best friend, Faye feels she has nothing left. But it isn’t long before she begins to question everything she thought she knew about the world and the people in it.

Faye and a group of mismatched teens are taken to Glastonbury where they discover a prophecy linking them to the apocalypse. But, when they all become targets of the demon, Lix, Faye is left with one burning question: is the world worth saving?