About Louise Burfitt-Dons
I was born in the Sheikdom of Kuwait when it was still a British Protectorate. Today I live in Chiswick, London with my husband Donald. There have been plenty of other places in between!
Our two daughters Brooke and Arabella are now grown up.
I am an author and playwright. For details of books, blogs, plays, script writing and current projects go HERE.
I founded the children’s charity Act Against Bullying, co-founded Kindness Day UK, stood for Parliament in the 2015 General Election and blog on women’s issues which is why I pop up from time to time on the radio or TV talking about current affairs.
My Wikipedia entry is HERE
At our daughter Brooke’s wedding, 18 October 2014
My blog: latest news, views and opinions:
Conspiracy thrillers are books which centre on the conflict between the lead character and the source of the conspiracy. The story starts off with either a meaningless crime. The person investigating notices something out of kilter and digs deeper. There’s...read more
The aborigines have a tribal practice called Pointing the Bone. This is a method of execution which leaves no trace and rarely fails to kill its victim. The bone can be from a kangaroo or an emu and its shape varies from tribe to tribe. It is six to nine inches with...read more
The news that a culture of bullying pervades the NHS and stories of surgeons throwing scalpels and bawling out interns is quite alarming. Patients are also in the firing line. The sentencing of Ian Paterson, jailed for 15 years after carrying out unnecessary cancer...read more