Sally lives in leafy Surrey, UK, with her husband, Jack Russell Terror and three-legged Labrador. When not resting in bed due to chronic illness (M.E.), she can be found writing, reading or editing, searching for a sunny spot in the garden or providing a good scratch behind the ears.
Sally writes articles about living with chronic illness which have been published by MSN, Yahoo News, Metro UK, The Mighty, ME Association and Action for ME.
She started dabbling in flash fiction a year ago with pieces published by Reflex Fiction, Spelk Fiction and Funny Pearls. She placed first and second in Retreat West’s June and July 2019 Micro Fiction competitions respectively, and she has a piece in Ellipsis Zine’s 2119 anthology.
Primarily, Sally writes middle grade novels. Her debut will be published by March Hamilton.