"Inhabited" is a literary fiction that explores themes of love, loyalty, identity and loss. Set in rural Wales and London in 2016 it tells the story of architect Ryan and his wife, Emily. Inhabited pivots on what it means to belong to a place, to a landscape, to a person. It may appeal to readers who enjoyed Andrew Miller's "The Crossing", Stephanie Bishop's "The Other Side of the World", or Lauren Groff's "The Fates and the Furies". It will be approximately 80,000 words when finished.
Inhabited begins with the impulsive purchase of a remote cottage in rural Wales, but nothing is as it initially seems.