Hello and welcome to my website!
This is where you can find out more about my books and about me. You can also read my blog, which I add to regularly and which includes all aspects of writing, reading and life in general.
I am a UK based author and speaker. You can ‘look inside’ all of my books via my Amazon page.
I am a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and my first commercial women’s fiction novel, Little Museum of Hope, will be published by Ruby Fiction on April 25th 2023.
I give talks on my books and writing in the Midlands area.
The aim of this site is to entertain, inform and promote discussion between both writers and readers. I also include news of competitions, markets, events and book reviews. Please have a look around and make yourself at home.
If you have an event, competition, book etc. that you would like mentioned on this site please let me know and I will try to accommodate you. To contact me: email sallysjenkins ‘at’ btinternet.com (replace ‘at’ with @).
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Praise for Sally’s books:
” I quickly found myself in the “I’ll just read one more chapter” loop.” – The Promise – psychological thriller.
“An engaging, well written thriller from a little-known author who deserves a greater audience. Even though you know from page 1 who the likely culprit is, the twists and turns keep you reading!” – Bedsit Three – psychological thriller.
“This book is clear and concise and is a very good guide for beginners. Topics are clearly explained and are well covered.” – Kindle Direct Publishing for Absolute Beginners.
“Extremely useful, practical advice. Clearly written.” – Public Speaking for Absolute Beginners.
“36 well-written stories on an amazing collection of different subjects. Ideal to pick up while you have a cup of tea.” – A Coffee Break Story Collection.
“If you want to understand what sort of story makes it in magazine fiction, and what doesn’t, read ‘Hit or Miss’. At the end of each story, Sally Jenkins tells the reader whether or not it found a home (was accepted for publication). Other readers, can you identify a pattern? Essential reading for all short story writers.” – Hit or Miss? 33 Coffee Break Stories.