Author, Editor, Tutor, Ghost (Not the Scary Kind)

Tom Bromley


Internationally bestselling ghostwriter of fifteen titles,

including books and celebrity memoirs on subjects from sport to music, business to politics.


Award-winning editor and former commissioning editor and publisher of over a hundred titles.

Creative Writing Tutor and Mentor

Faber Academy Tutor & Director of Fiction for the Professional Writing Academy.

Mentor and workshop leader for literary festivals and residential courses. 


Author and co-author of over a dozen titles, including novels, novellas, short stories, memoir and non-fiction

A very warm hello and welcome to my website.

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I am a published author, editor, creative writing tutor and ghost (not the scary kind). I have written both fiction and non-fiction under my own name and the pseudonym Thomas Black. I have also ghostwritten fifteen titles, several of which have been international bestsellers.

For the last six years, I have been a regular tutor for the Faber Academy, for whom I have written and taught ten online courses: Kickstart Your Novel, Writing A Novel, Work in Progress, Finish Your Draft, Write A Short Story In A Weekend, Writing Crime Fiction, Create Brilliant Characters, Plot, Setting, Read Like A Writer. I am Director of Fiction for the Professional Writing Academy, and have taught and run workshops for a number of festivals and organisations, including CrimeFest, Stratford Literary Festival, the John O’Connor Festival of Writing, the Literary Consultancy’s Literary Adventure and Casa Ana’s Mentoring Retreat.

Having previously been a commissioning editor and publisher, I continue to work as an editorial consultant and mentor for a number of publishers, literary agencies and organisations, and also in a private capacity. Locally, I host the Salisbury Writing Circle — a community of new and experienced writers alike. I write a weekly column on the arts (sort of) for the Salisbury Journal, Hampshire Chronicle and several other local newspapers, and a monthly book review column for various Living Magazines across the south and midlands.

I am also one of the founders and director of Salisbury Literary Festival, which has been running since 2017.

On this website, you’ll find details about the sort of things I get up to, as well as contact information if you’d like to get in touch. Many thanks for visiting!


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