I am a writer and have been since I was four years old. I am also a reader. That started a lot earlier.
As of Autumn 2015, I am at work with a colleague on a project to bring the two activities together in a single place. I shall be tweeting about it as the launch day approaches. Hear the latest as I tweet it @sophiewestonbks
Mostly, I have been published as Sophie Weston — around 12mn books sold in at least twenty-seven languages and over 100 international outlets — mainly contemporary category romance and short stories. My Cinderella, Revised is in the lovely collection by members of the UK’s Romantic Novelists’ Association, Loves Me, Loves Me Not edited by Katie Fforde and Sue Moorcroft. But I have also written longer romantic novels, most recently To Marry a Prince, as Sophie Page.
My current work in progress is a novel in a completely new area for me – romantic Jim, but not as we know it. Watch this space.
And before the end of 2015 I shall launch Sophie Weston into independent self-publishing!
I’ve been privileged to collaborate (and had a lot of fun doing so) with historical novelist Elizabeth Hawksley on Getting the Point, A User-Friendly Guide to Punctuation for Adults ; and also best selling author and distinguished editor Diane Pearson, on on a celebration of the Romantic Novelists’ Association for our 50th anniversary in 2010. Called Fabulous at Fifty, available from the RNA’s website. I blog when strongly moved, on this site.
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