Birmingham-born Mo Fanning trained as a teacher, sold advertising space, learned how to fix computers and flip burgers before deciding writing romantic comedy was the way forward.
Mo’s highly readable novels appeal to readers who enjoy books by Sophie Kinsella, Marian Keyes and Jane Fallon.
He lives and works in Brighton, earning a living ordering people about.
What happens when you dump a nine-to-five routine for an Amsterdam adventure. From seedy hostels and a prison cell to stoned parties in the park and an encounter with Johnny Depp. Having It All marks the return of your favourite Fanning.
In theory every month, but in truth when rare inspiration strikes, Mo’s warped mind produces random rants about modern life and sometimes mentions writing.
The Armchair Bride is funny, bittersweet and frequently downright dark. A sassy, classy love story for the Facebook generation.
Barney finds money, with strings attached. Anna longs for Ben – and cake, but can she have both? Martin gets what he didn’t know he wanted and a mother waits for a son who might never come home.