Karen Saunders - Author Picture

Karen Saunders - Author

Karen Saunders often gets asked where the inspiration for her character Suzy Puttock comes from. The truth is, she's a walking, talking disaster zone, just like Suzy. If you even meet Karen, ask her about her most embarrassing moments. She's got loads.

After Karen graduated with a degree in English Literature from Warwick University, she did lots of different jobs, like selling Christmas hampers, answering telephones and working in PR. She didn't like any of them much so went back to university to complete an MA in Writing for Yound People at Bath Spa University. She's been making up stories about badgers, pop stars, fairies, cars, superheroes and klutzy teenage girls ever since.

Photo credit Neil Griffiths.

Featured Books, with extracts, by Karen Saunders

Suzy P and the Trouble with Three
Karen Saunders
January 2014 Book of the Month The star of hilarious Me, Suzy P, is back for a second set of equally accident-prone adventures. This time Suzy P is on a camping holiday – of all unlikely things. Being stuck in...
Lovereading Price: £5.59 - Saving £1.40 (20%) Featured in: 11+ readers | 13+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 01/01/2014
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karensaunders.co.uk/

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karensaunders.co.uk/blog/

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