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 for teenagers 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 is a finalist for the Eric Hoffer First Horizon Award, recognizing superior work by a debut author.
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