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The Beginning, 2012-2016

Victoria Cornwall grew up on a farm in Cornwall. Following a fulfilling twenty-five year career as a nurse, a change in profession finally allowed her the time to write.

She initially self-published two novels, Old Sins, Long Shadows and The Gossamer Trail. The Gossamer Trail was shortlisted for the New Talent Award at the Festival of Romantic Fiction and both Old Sins, Long Shadows and The Gossamer Trail were nominated for the RONE Best Indie or Small Published Book Award by InD'tale magazine.

The First Book Deal 2016-2017

In March, 2016, Victoria Cornwall secured a publishing contract for her third novel, The Thief's Daughter, with award winning, independent publisher, Choc Lit.
On 1st January, 2017, the ebook format was published. In the same year it became a finalist in the Romantic Novelists' Associations Joan Hessayon Award.

In February, 2017, Victoria signed a three book deal for Old Sins, Long Shadows and The Gossamer Trail ( later to be published under new titles The Captain's Daughter and The Daughter of River Valley) and Daughter of the House.

In October, 2017, The Captain's Daughter was published as an ebook and The Thief's Daughter as a paperback.
The year ended with a short story published in Your Cat magazine.

Honouring the Contracts 2018-2020

Two busy years followed, resulting in a further two book deal with Choc Lit for, A Daughter's Christmas Wish and Daniel's Daughter.

In 2018, Daughter of River Valley and A Daughter's Christmas Wish were published as ebooks, whilst The Thief's Daughter, The Captain's Daughter, Daughter of River Valley and A Daughter's Christmas Wish were released as audiobooks.  The paperback version of The Captain's Daughter was released in August of the same year.
The year came to a close with a short story published in Your Cat magazine.

In April, 2019, Daughter of the House, was published as an ebook and audiobook, whilst The Daughter of River Valley was released as a paperback. The summer saw the publication of a short story in Your Cat magazine.

One year later, in 2020 and amidst a Covid-19 pandemic, Daniel's Daughter was released in both ebook and audio formats.