Caroline Hardaker was born in the North East in 1986, and has lived there ever since, mostly in Newcastle. Her poetry has been read live on BBC Radio and published in numerous anthologies and magazines, including Magma, The Interpreters House, Shoreline of Infinity, and in anthologies from The Emma Press.
Genres: Literary Fiction, Science Fiction
New and upcoming books
Caroline Hardaker recommends
The Bone Roots (2023)
"s twisted and intricate as the bone roots themselves, an intimate portrait of what it means to become a mother and the fight to protect - at any cost. Be prepared to be gripped, chilled, and lulled deep into this mythic world with Houston's lyrical prose."
"It's discovering a box of memories tucked away in your attic. It's sipping tipple from your teenage years under a blanket. It's watching fireworks in your favourite jumper. It reads like Stephen King on steroids. Stranger Things meets It meets The Goonies. I want to hear this story told late at night over a campfire, while the marshmallows go all gooey."
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