Hannah wrote her first book, about a dalmatian, when she was eight years old and she hasn’t put her pen down since, although life’s interventions have put up some stiff competition for her time and energy. Hannah has loved romantic fiction since those early days of ‘Sweet Dreams’ novels and, with a good wind behind her, can remember the names of all Jilly Cooper’s ‘book title’ heroines, although her favourite was always Harriet.
Hannah lives in London with her husband, John, and six year old daughter, Rose, both of whom also love books, although neither is exactly Hannah’s target audience. Maybe one day she’ll write a novel about a Formula One driver who loves puppies. Maybe. When she isn’t writing, Hannah works as a teacher and Assistant Head in a small and unusually lovely school in south west London.
Hannah joined the Romantic Novelists’ Association New Writers’ Scheme in 2020, graduating in 2023, and will always be grateful to them for their expert support and guidance as well as their championing of the genre.