Virginia Bergin learned to roller-skate with the children of eminent physicists. She grew up in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, and went on to study psychology, but ruined her own career when, dabbling in fine art at Central Saint Martins, she rediscovered creative writing. Since then she has written poetry, short stories, film and TV scripts. She has also worked in online education, creating interactive courses for The Open University. She is teh author of apocalyptic YA thrillers The Rain and The Storm. "
"She lives on a council estate in Bristol.
@moira_young You too?! Aie! Thanks for sympathy - and advice (I hadn't even thought of that . . . !) Vx ☃
by @VeeBergin - 6 hours ago
@DominicYeatman So, so, so, so true.😔😱😰👹
by @VeeBergin - 2 days ago
RT @panmacmillan: Just six minutes of reading can be enough to reduce stress levels by more than two thirds https://t.co/QJWAwN6EcW https:/…
@eriktarloff Yup! I think that's it!
(And does that mean I don't even have to write it?!)
(Ha! . . . and sorry dela… https://t.co/C9aWCnmuuo
Avoiding keyboards (and experimenting with dictation), but working on new idea. Wrote a dozen A4 pages of detailed… https://t.co/6iFWcLXhio
Who Runs the World? nominated for the CILIP Carnegie! Amazing . . .
by @307548002740038 - one month ago
Great news: Who Runs the World? shortlisted for 2018 Grampian Children's Book Award . . . http://gcb...
Q&A with Judy Darley at SkyLightRain. Great questions - answers thinking about Who Runs the World? a...
BristolCon 2017 is happening 28th October! I'm on a Gender Flipping & Fluidity panel and got a pep t...
Readers always bring their own thoughts and feelings to a story - and that's how it should be . . . ...
by @307548002740038 - 2 months ago
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