About the author

Dayna Scott is a Scottish-born author, creator, and dream-chaser who debuted with her first novel 'Darren's Death' in 2019. With extracts in various anthologies and magazine articles, she pursues her craft in writing passionately - currently working on a sequel book to her series, as well as two standalone pieces. When she is not busy jotting her next piece of fiction, she pursues her interests in interviews and discussions with different creators and supporting charities all over the world.

Dayna's lineage holds some interesting historical figures: she is a descendant of the great Sir Peter Young - tutor of James VI of Scotland, son of Mary Queen of Scots. Dayna also has roots within the family of British Navigator and Explorer, Captain James Cook.


In her free time, Dayna enjoys delving into video games, reading manga and most importantly being around her family. She approaches life with an open heart and can always zealously be heard saying: "I only have one shot at this life, sadly when my time is up I'm not going to be around to regret the chances and opportunities I didn't take while I was alive. So why not just go for it and see what happens? I'll probably fail more than I'll succeed, but at least I'm trying to squeeze everything that I can out of life. I won't be retiring from the dinner table with an untouched plate, put it that way."

Facts & trivia:


Personality type: INFJ.


Has a Dobermann called 'Syradis'.

Prefers Autumn & Winter.

Favourite day: Halloween.

Favourite charity: The Nyantende Foundation.

Favourite poem: 'Invictus' by William Ernest Henley.

Was invited to play basketball in Belgium as a teen.