StephanieSwanQuills
WHP Writing Staff
London, United Kingdom
Elegance
Alcohol Content
Villainy
Virtue

Stephanie is an elegant young woman in her mid twenties, and a rising star in the narration community. Praised for her silky smooth vocals that will either send chills down your spine or lull you gently to sleep, she has a particular flair for playing seductive, occult characters.

Originally from Perth (Western Australia) she is also a writer, singer and lover of whiskey. She is currently studying a Master’s degree in London, focusing on creative writing and publishing, and plans on moving to the UK after graduating. An aspiring fantasy and horror novelist, she is also interested in becoming a lounge singer and voice actress. Her passions include collecting books, alcohol, roses, film, video games, and international travel.

If you’re looking for a lady with a hedonistic love of life with a wicked sense of humour, Stephanie’s the perfect choice!

StephanieSwanQuills's Latest Blog Posts

The Haunted Berengaria Hotel

10 months ago During my university spring break in 2016, I travelled to Cyprus to visit a friend and spend the next few days enjoying the warm weather and exploring the country. But one thing that we absolutely had to do was to spend a day driving through the [...] READ MORE

Beware Crimson Peak

1 year ago This Review is SPOILER FREE! Please DON’T POST SPOILERS in Comments! Horror has always had close ties to romance. From Edgar Allan Poe’s morbid declarations of undying love, to the modern sexualisation of classic monsters. In both genres, it’s the [...] READ MORE

Creating Gripping Characters

1 year ago A few nights ago, I attended my fortnightly Storytelling lecture at university. It was a particularly busy night, as our guest lecturer was the famous story and character consultant Laurie Hutzler, who had worked with many production studios, [...] READ MORE

On Writing: A Memoir Of The Craft

1 year ago When I started my master’s degree in London back in September 2015, we were presented with a huge list of books our professors suggested. As well as these, we would have guest lecturers come in every fortnight to talk about their craft and suggest [...] READ MORE

Matilda and the Power of Stories

1 year ago Roald Dahl’s stories are among the most memorable in all of English literature. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Witches, James and the Giant Peach, his stories are handed down through generations, and are often a key part of our childhoods. [...] READ MORE

A Curious, Brilliant Story of Dead Dogs and Wonderful Boys

1 year ago This Review is SPOILER FREE! Please DON’T POST SPOILERS in Comments! The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time was thought to be near impossible to adapt outside of print, but making something impossible is a wonderful way to inspire people [...] READ MORE