I was born in Kent and grew up reading John Wyndham and Ursula Le Guin and creating fantastical worlds in my head.
I am passionate about feminism and social justice and want to write engaging, entertaining fiction with the heft of a Kurt Vonnegut or Margaret Atwood.
My first novel, Baby X, a taut thriller set in the world of fertility medicine, was published by small press Mother’s Milk Books in 2016. It won the Eric Hoffer First Horizon Award, recognizing superior work by a debut author, as well as the Eric Hoffer Commercial Fiction prize, and was shortlisted for the Rubery Prize.
I have lived in Newcastle, London, Chiang Mai and Brighton and am now settled in Sussex where I live with my husband and two sons.
I blog mainly about my writing process, but occasionally about politics, swimming, podcasts…
Find out more about me in these author interviews:
The Book Diner with Sharon Zink