Ember Fury, her first illustrated teen novel, was published in 2009. It was Borders' Children's Book of the Month in September that year and was shortlisted for The Young Minds Book Award. Scarlett Dedd, a darkly comic horror story about a teen ghost, was published in September 2010 and was selected for the first Richard and Judy Children's Book Club. Scarlett Dedd was published in the US in 2012 by Delacorte. Verity Fibbs, a fast-paced thriller, hit the bookshelves in October 2011.
|From Everything Is Fine (and other lies I tell myself)|
She has subsequently illustrated a long list of titles by other authors, including Karen McCombie and Melvin Burgess, and in 2016 began an exciting collaboration with writer Jo Cotterill, creating the award-winning Electrigirl Series for Oxford University Press.
|From ELECTRIGIRL written by Jo Cotterill (OUP)|
In 2015 she moved house, built a studio and started a part-time MA, turning her life upside-down (in a good way) and launching some brand new projects. These have included comics for Scoop Magazine, an innovative museum exhibit, an artist's residency and a graphic novel (in progress) which was shortlisted for the Laydeez Do Comics Prize.