Sheridan Winn is an English author
and freelance journalist.
She lives in Norfolk.
As an author she writes for children and young adults. Her Sprite Sisters series for readers aged 7-13 years has sold 500,000 copies. To find out about the Sprites and Sheridan’s life and work as an author, please click here.
As a freelance journalist Sheridan has specialised in interviews with business leaders. Her features have been published all over the world. To find out about her work as a freelance journalist and read her CV, please click here.
Sheridan Winn is an engaging and experienced speaker. She gives regular talks and writing workshops to schools, university and creative writing groups. To find out about her author talks and writing workshops, please click here.
Boudica’s Daughters is a YA psychological adventure told on two timelines: one contemporary, the other Iron Age. The story is set in the Breckland, an isolated area of West Norfolk and home to the Iceni tribe two thousand years ago.
As judge of the Mal Peet Children’s Award – part of the East Anglian Book Awards 2016 – I was delighted to give the prize for best children’s book to Linda Davies, for her wonderful, imaginative story, Longbow Girl. Here we are at the end of a...
I’m pleased to have been invited to give a talk to Norwich Writers’ Circle on Tuesday 1st November at Anteros Gallery (The Fishergate Room) at 7.30pm. I will also launch a Circle Competition for the Colin Sutton Cup for Humour....