Sharon wrote her first book when she was ten. It was about a boarding school that specialised in ballet, and, given that she’d never been to boarding school and hadn’t a clue about ballet, it’s probably a good thing that no copy of this masterpiece survives.
She writes contemporary romance with a good sprinkling of humour—fun-filled fiction with heart—much to the disappointment of her mother, who wants to know why she doesn’t write gripping historical sagas, like that nice Catherine Cookson.
Sharon lives in Yorkshire, with her husband and their dog, and is passionate about her home county. Her novels are set on the Yorkshire coast, or deep in its beautiful countryside. She has written for The People’s Friend, and has a book due for publication with Ulverscroft in April 2017. She is one tenth of The Write Romantics, and a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association.
Despite being a wife, mother and grandmother, Sharon is still embarrassingly prone to all-consuming crushes on fictional heroes. The situation has recently become critical since she was given a DVD of Outlander and discovered Jamie Fraser.
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