Juliet Greenwood has always been a bookworm and a storyteller, writing her first novel (a sweeping historical epic) at the age of ten. After graduating in English from Lancaster University and with a postgraduate degree from Kings College, London, she worked on a variety of jobs, from running a craft stall at Covent Garden, to teacher, fundraiser and academic editor and proofreader. She has also run her own award-winning charity, with the aid of Lottery funding and grants from BBC Children in Need, focusing on story-telling workshops with adults and children, including for Women's Aid and the NSPCC.
She has previously published three novels, two of which reached the top #5 in the UK kindle store.
Juliet is a passionate lover of gardens and coastal walks, dog walking in all weathers, always with a camera always to hand.