Author: Jacqui Deevoy

Jacqui Deevoy is a freelance journalist and author. She started writing for teen magazines back in the ‘80s, before progressing to women’s magazines. Because she loves to write opinion pieces and about her own experiences, she finds it most enjoyable to write for her own peer group. Having said that, she’s just as happy writing for young readers! Her most recent articles have been published in newspapers and their supplements - the Daily Mail, the Telegraph, the Sun, the Daily Mirror, the Daily Star, Love Sunday and Fabulous – and in women’s magazines, including Best, Take A Break, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan. Over the years, she’s been an editor, a features editor and a fiction editor, but prefers life as a freelancer. She’s also a professional astrologer and has had horoscope columns in publications worldwide. She is the author of one novel and 12 horoscope books. A recent move took her from a flat in London to a house in Herefordshire, where she lives with a much-younger-than-her partner. Hobbies have changed from partying, going to music festivals and hanging out with celebs to riding her Princess Pashley bike (complete with basket and bell) around country lanes, playing online Scrabble and hunting for bargains in charity shops. She has four grown-up children who have all flown the nest, something she is quite happy about.
Jacqui Deevoy is a freelance journalist and author. She started writing for teen magazines back in the ‘80s, before progressing to women’s magazines. Because she loves to write opinion pieces and about her own experiences, she finds it most enjoyable to write for her own peer group. Having said that, she’s just as happy writing for young readers! Her most recent articles have been published in newspapers and their supplements - the Daily Mail, the Telegraph, the Sun, the Daily Mirror, the Daily Star, Love Sunday and Fabulous – and in women’s magazines, including Best, Take A Break, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan. Over the years, she’s been an editor, a features editor and a fiction editor, but prefers life as a freelancer. She’s also a professional astrologer and has had horoscope columns in publications worldwide. She is the author of one novel and 12 horoscope books. A recent move took her from a flat in London to a house in Herefordshire, where she lives with a much-younger-than-her partner. Hobbies have changed from partying, going to music festivals and hanging out with celebs to riding her Princess Pashley bike (complete with basket and bell) around country lanes, playing online Scrabble and hunting for bargains in charity shops. She has four grown-up children who have all flown the nest, something she is quite happy about.