Sophie-Anne is a European citizen living in central Northern Ireland, in Brexit limbo and in the midst of people who don’t understand why she left Spain in the first place. It’s because there is more to life than sunshine. There is sunburn.
Wife to a half Welsh, half Irish man, she is mother of three Irish children, through their cultural inheritance also includes Italian, Spanish and French.
Sophie-Anne has a degree in English Literature and is the author of two full-length novels, Across the Line and Good Boys Break Your Heart. Her books have appeared in none of the bestsellers lists and have been reviewed by no media whatsoever, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t hope for it anyway.
Mostly, she enjoys telling stories that make people feel that jolt of excitement when wondering what’s going to happen next.