Indigo Haynes is a young writer. In 2011 she was the youngest winner at 7 years old of 'The Tick-Tock Box', a national short story competition at The Guardian newspaper judged by Francesca Simon, author of the Horrid Henry books.
Her short collection of Tudor dog stories for children, How Potatoes Saved the Queen, was Indigo Haynes' first publication. She has also written a fast-paced sci-fi adventure entitled Holly and the Rabbits from Mars, and a heart-warming tale, A Kitten Called Christmas. Her latest story is about Tinsel, The Christmas Miracle Puppy.
In her free time, Indigo's hobbies include playing with her naughty Red Setter puppy, constructing mountains of soft toys in her bedroom - which overlooks a field of ponies - and baking cupcakes, preferably the kind with tons of sticky pink icing and sprinkles. Indigo also publishes flash fiction, alongside book reviews and drawings, on her website www.indigohaynes.com