Wendy Worley lives on the Mendip Hills near Frome. As a child, Wendy always had her nose in a book, and spent many hours browsing in the local library. Her working career began as a scientist, followed by a brief spell in the Met Office and a post in building research.
It was when Wendy moved on to become a school science technician, however, that her literary interests re-emerged and she volunteered to run the school library. A few years and an Open University degree later, she joined Sidcot School as a full time librarian.
There, she immersed herself in children’s literature and in organising author events where the contact with a host of talented authors inspired her to write herself.
Being an author is now her full-time occupation and she is currently working on her second manuscript, a fictional tale set in the Lake District. Wendy continues to be an enthusiastic reader and regularly reviews books for the School Library Association.