Juliet lives in a traditional Welsh cottage halfway between the romantic Isle of Anglesey and the beautiful mountains and ruined castles of Snowdonia. After studying English at Lancaster University and King's College, London, Juliet worked in a variety of jobs, from running a craft stall at Covent Garden Market to teaching English. Juliet began writing seriously about ten years ago, after a severe viral illness left her with debilitating ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for years.
She is now well and back to dog walking and working on her beloved garden. As well as novels under her own name, Juliet writes stories and serials for magazines as 'Heather Pardoe'. When not writing, Juliet works on local oral history projects, helping older people tell their stories before they are lost forever.
Eden's Garden was chosen as Welsh Book of the Month for May 2012 by the Welsh Books Council.