Born in Lancashire, a stone’s throw from the infamous witches’ cairn on Pendle Hill, Sandie was educated at the local grammar school where she excelled in English, Art, History and Detention.
With three decades’ experience in administration, project management and process improvement, she has worked in the private and public sectors and has also set up and run freelance administration consultancies in Scotland and England. She now works as a consultant, based in Lancashire but regularly to be found flitting up and down the country on crowded trains.
Sandie has had short stories published in the Words to Music (2011) collection and has appeared as a guest author for the Year Zero collective. Her début novel The Sky is not Blue was published by Mad Bear Books in July 2013 and her second novel, The Town that Danced, in 2015, by the same publisher. She can be found, sporadically, on Twitter.
She finds talking about herself in the third person very therapeutic.