Kerry Vincent was born in Constantine, a small Cornish village between Falmouth and Helston, and still lives there today.
She is busy looking after her eight (yes, eight!) young children during the day, but enjoys writing poetry in the evenings. Her husband thinks it’s great – no more soaps!
‘Kids, White Coats and Stethoscopes’ is her first book – a collection of poetry – some of which focuses on her hypochondria that has affected her since having her children. She hopes it may be of help to others.