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Sarah Haywood



Sarah Haywood was born in Birmingham. She studied Law at Kent University and Chester College of Law, then worked as a trainee solicitor in London. After qualification, she moved to Liverpool, working first as a solicitor, then as an advice worker with Citizens Advice. She subsequently joined the Office of the Legal Services Ombudsman, where she investigated complaints about lawyers. Sarah completed an Open University Creative Writing Course, followed by an MA in Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University. She lives in Liverpool with her husband and two sons.

Genres: Literary Fiction
 
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A Love Story for Bewildered Girls (2019)
Emma Morgan
"I was transfixed by this funny and moving story of three women navigating their way through the complexities of love, life and the search for personal fulfilment. I was rooting for them from the start, willing each of them on to find their own particular key to happiness, which isn't necessarily where you think it will be. This exquisite depiction of misplaced love, heartbreak and emerging self-knowledge feels utterly true-to-life."
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The Other Half of Augusta Hope (2019)
Joanna Glen
"I found it both a mesmerisingly beautiful portrait of a young woman discovering what home means to her, and a poignant depiction of how our actions can touch other people's lives in ways we could never have anticipated. Augusta and Parfait are wonderful characters; I was willing them on to find the happiness and peace they both deserved."
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The Love Story of Missy Carmichael (2020)
Beth Morrey
"A generous-hearted story showing the transformative power of friendship and community. . . . A fabulously enjoyable book!"
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The Secrets of Love Story Bridge (2020)
Phaedra Patrick
"A wonderfully hope-filled story."
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The Comeback (2020)
Ella Berman
"A spectacularly compelling story of a young woman finding the courage to take back control of her life ...This is a novel that will stay with me."

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