LUCY FRY

Lucy is a writer, journalist and speaker.

Her memoir, Easier Ways To Say I Love You, explores love, lust and loss in all its rawest forms. It is published in UK by Myriad Editions (February 2020).

Lucy has worked as a weekly columnist at The Sunday Telegraph newspaper, a monthly columnist at Easy Jet Magazine and travel editor for Diva Magazine. She has written articles for publications like The Guardian, Times, Telegraph, Mail on Sunday, Stylist, Psychologies and Women’s Health.

Lucy’s particular areas of expertise include physical, mental and emotional health, and addiction. She is also the author of ‘Run Ride Sink or Swim – a Rookie’s Year in Women’s Triathlon’, published by Faber & Faber in UK (2015) and US (2017) and shortlisted for the New Writer prize at the Cross Sports Book Awards, 2016.

Lucy has featured as a guest speaker at literary festivals, sports festivals and media events. She lives in South London and continues to work on articles, fiction and creative non-fiction.

Stuck with a writing project? Lucy has also worked with individuals, public figures and co-authors as a mentor, editor and ghostwriter. For more information about this service, please get in touch via email.