Caroline Goldsworthy describes herself as an Essex girl living in Suffolk. She was born in Chelmsford and moved to Colchester aged three. Going to university in her early thirties, Caroline graduated with a BA in Spanish Language and Linguistics and won a full scholarship for an MA in Language Acquisition. It was during this time that Caroline discovered she really liked writing.
Her debut novel Tangent, loosely inspired by events in Ipswich 2006, was shortlisted in 2019 for The Selfies Award - a new prize for self-published authors.
For the last few years, she worked as a programme manager for a large telecommunications organisation which was the reason for moving to the outskirts of Ipswich. She still lives there and, when not working out how to kill off her characters, she’s either reading, knitting jumpers with large needles or continuing cross stitching a samurai warrior.