Wellingborough in 1972, Georgia was brought up with her two older brothers in a
sleepy Leicestershire village until at the age of fifteen, her parents decided
to move abroad, taking her with them. A new country and a new language helped
her come out of her shell and for eleven years, she lived and worked on the
beautiful island of Menorca.
Georgia wrote short stories and poetry from an early age but her real passion
for writing didn’t truly emerge until she was 31. Writing for her own web site
and articles for magazines helped to support her and her daughter.
Georgia felt there was a need for a strong British female heroine. She also
wanted a main character that had a normal family, with problems that most
teenagers/young adults in this country might be experiencing and could relate
to. And so Val Saunders, daughter to Mike and Susan Saunders, was born.
Georgia spends time with her daughter in their home in Leicestershire and her
life is filled with promoting her books and writing.