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Fiona Gibson is the author of six novels, including Mum on the Run and The Great Escape, both published by Avon. She grew up in a Yorkshire village called Goose Eye, before working on Jackie and Just Seventeen magazines - in those heady pre-internet days when it was pretty exciting to get a free plastic mirror taped to the front of your magazine. A complete mag addict, Fiona went on to edit More! magazine, where she introduced the infamous Position of the Fortnight. After having her twin sons and daughter, she started to write fiction, usually at night with the house full of toddlers and builders. It was a sort of escape.
After spending her twenties in London, Fiona now lives in Lanarkshire, Scotland. When she's not writing, she's usually walking or running with her collie cross, Jack, whilst trying to wrestle her plotlines into some semblance of order. She's a pretty poor speller but loves nothing better than starting a brand new book. It's the middle part that's the tricky bit.
Under the byline Fiona Foden, Fiona also writes children's novels for Scholastic - Life Death & Gold Leather Trousers (2011) and Cassie's Crush (July 2012). She has finally learnt how to bake cakes.