Sharon Booth writes heartwarming love stories set in beautiful Yorkshire.
Sharon wrote her first book when she was ten. It was about a boarding school that specialised in ballet and, given that she'd never been to boarding school and hadn't a clue about ballet, it's probably a good thing that no copy of this masterpiece survives.
She is the author of ten novels with Fabrian Books, and has also written for DC Thomson and Ulverscroft. Her short story, The Other Side of Christmas, was included in the Winter Tales anthology - a collection of seasonal stories by popular writers, in aid of The Cystic Fibrosis Trust and The Teenage Cancer Trust.
Sharon lives in East Yorkshire, with her husband and their dog. She is one tenth of The Write Romantics, and a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association.
She has a love/hate relationship with chocolate, is a devoted Whovian, and prone to all-consuming crushes on fictional heroes. If forced to choose her favourite fictional hero, though, she would probably say Paddington Bear.
Find out more about Sharon at www.sharonboothwriter.com