Sarah Goodwin is a novelist who grew up in rural Hertfordshire and now lives in Bristol. She was raised on C.S Lewis, Anne of Green Gables and Little House on the Prairie by her parents and spent her summers in castles and on battlefields making up stories about women struggling for survival against war, poverty and dragons.
At Bath Spa University Sarah studied for a BA in Creative Writing and self-published seven novels across various genres, including YA magical realism, contemporary women’s fiction, romance and horror.
While undertaking her Master’s degree Sarah participated in writing and performing in sketches for Bristol-based What Have You Comedy and now appears regularly on Bristol Youth Radio Rocks as part of a weekly mental health hour for young people.
Sarah graduated in 2014 with an MA in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University, where she wrote Nightfires in the Distance, her first historical novel, set in 1850s Kansas.