The Attic Child – out April 2022
I’m Lola Jaye, an author and psychotherapist.
I write historical novels which feature characters tackling race, mental health and….life. Something many of us can relate to!
I’m also a speaker on such things and you can contact me to discuss further.
My new novel The Attic child (available for pre-order) will be released in 2022. This is the first time I have based a novel on a real person! A little boy from the Congo, Africa who lived in London, England during the Edwardian era. I’m looking forward to introducing him to you, butRead More »
Hi Guys, With World Mental Health Day on October 10th and Black History Month 2021 on… well, all month, my article for Rethink Mental Health incorporates the two: If trauma can be passed down through generations, so can joy. Have a read, share and feel free to comment below or on my social media channels. Let’s normaliseRead More »
So last night I was interviewed on Sky news about a petition I started some weeks ago. I was only slightly nervous, so not sure if you could tell! I will try and find a way of uploading the video here and in the meantime, please sign the petition which you can find HERE: We are currentlyRead More »