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After studying at University Sarah became a nanny on the island of Corfu in Greece. The three children she looked after for two years changed her life and inspired her to write her first children’s novel. However, when she returned to her home in the UK her writing took a back seat as she concentrated on her business career.
A trip to southern India to support the coastal areas damaged by the 2004 Tsunami resulted in her making many life changing decisions, which allowed her desire to write to re-surface. She now lives with her husband Roy in North Devon overlooking the sea and loves nothing more than spending the day at the beach in their old Mercedes campervan, surfing and playing with her two daughters Daisy and Poppy.
Besides writing, Sarah’s favourite things include her Custard Point surfboard, chocolate, skimming pebbles, sunshine and sandy feet.
Beach Potato featured in the Apple iBooks top 10 chart for its category and has enjoyed great reviews from genuine readers throughout the Apple iStore, Barnes&Noble and Smashwords. It is also now available in paperback at the Lulu Bookstore, following the link below.
Here are some genuine Beach Potato reader reviews:
"Great kids book, full of fun and a bit of mystery, joe was the mystery and left you thinking, easy reading. You could picture the village and the surf in your mind and wanted to be there, kids loved it." iBooks
"This was the best book I've ever read." iBooks
"Recommend this book to anyone." iBooks
"I love it bring out a number two please please please." iBooks
"Heartwarming and enjoyable. Could almost imagine being there." iBooks
"I really enjoyed this book. A fun story that I will reread in the future." Barnes & Noble
"This book is great! I can't put it down because its such a page-turner and exciting. It makes me want to go to the nearest beach..." Barnes & Noble
on Feb. 06, 2011 :
I really, really liked it. Jess is a nice character. I wish I could live in a place like Titterstone. There is a magical quality to the way their life is described and the activities they enjoy. I do have one or two problems with the writing. None of the children that Jess makes friends with seem to have any parents. They spend the night, go surfing at 5 in the morning and never have to call home. Like I said, this is a very minor problem. It did tend to pull me out of the story. I forgive this fault because it was a really nice story.
(review of free book)