Born in London to Greek Cypriot parents Soulla Christodoulou spent much of her childhood living carefree days full of family, school and friends. She was the first in her family to go to university and studied BA Hotel & Catering Management at Portsmouth University. Years later, after having a family of her own she studied again at Middlesex University and has a PGCE in Business Studies and an MA in Education.
Soulla is a mother of three boys and lives in a vibrant suburb of North London. She is an adult fiction author and “Christodoulou’s writing is beautiful” has been said of her writing. Both her novels Broken Pieces of Tomorrow and The Summer Will Come are available on Amazon alongside her collection of poetry, Sunshine after Rain.
She is a compassionate and empathetic supporter of young people. Her passion for teaching continues through private tuition of English Language and Children’s Creative Writing Classes. She offers writing and editing services too in support of businesses, authors and students.
Her writing, in January 2016 connected her with a charity, Girls Love Mail, in California which she is still very much involved in as a contributor of handwritten letters every month. ‘Giving support and hope to women diagnosed with breast cancer through my words is an honour,’ she says. One of her earliest letters is featured in the book, Dear Friend, released on Amazon in September 2017.
She is currently working on a third novel, Trust is a Big Word, (title may change) about an on-line friendship which evolves over time and pushes both characters to “cross the line”.
When asked, she will tell you she has always, somewhere on a subconscious level, wanted to write and her life’s experiences both personal and professional have played a huge part in bringing her to where she was always meant to be; writing books and drinking lots of cinnamon and clove tea!
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