Before writing books, Sarah Painter worked as a freelance magazine journalist, blogger and editor, combining this 'career' with amateur child-wrangling (AKA motherhood).
Sarah's debut novel, The Language of Spells, is contemporary fiction with a touch of magic, while her latest, In The Light of What We See, mixes historical fiction with psychological thriller. Yes, she finds it difficult to stick to one genre!
Sarah lives in rural Scotland with her children, husband, and a grey tabby called Zelda Kitzgerald. She drinks too much tea, loves the work of Joss Whedon, and is the proud owner of a writing shed.
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Praise for Sarah Painter:
'Perfect for fans of Sarah Addison Allen or Mary Stewart' - LisaReadsBooks
'I think Sarah Painter is one of the best at giving you a realistic look at magic and all that comes with it' - GirlsLoveToRead
'Sarah Painter is a talented new writer, and her debut is a charming, romantic and intriguing story, with a little touch of magic. It had me enchanted' - Author Clodagh Murphy (Frisky Business, Girl in a Spin)