Born in England and trained at RADA as Flora Britton, Flora abandoned a promising career as a classical actress on the West End stage for her husband and, in time, her two sons. Her dramatic instincts have remained with her. These and her love of people, animals and the natural world shine through these entertaining collections, written over many years.
Flora enjoys painting, gardening and verse speaking. “I started writing poetry as soon as I had discovered it because I love words and rhythm,” she remarked. “My work is influenced by my observations and my style is varied between classic and humorous. I would like to be remembered as someone who was kindly, entertaining, understanding and sympathetic.
Flora is a widow with two sons, Robert and David. “My biggest fantasy is to be transported by magic to visit fabled places and people,” she said. “I have written over 100 poems and had many published but I am most proud of these two books". Flora now lives near Ross-on-Wye, entertaining family and friends whenever the opportunity arises, and tending her beautiful garden teeming with flowers and wildlife.