Liz Baddaley lives a life surrounded by words, whether they’re for her own fiction and poetry, or the leading UK charities she tells stories for.

She was born in St Albans and read English at Christ Church, Oxford, but is now most likely to be found tapping away at her laptop with a pot of tea or exploring Yorkshire’s beautiful countryside – desperately trying to keep up with Rabbit the dog.

Her first children’s novel, The Finding of Freddie Perkins, was published by A&C Black (Bloomsbury) and was shortlisted for two awards. Since then she has continued to write fiction and poetry alongside the educational books, resources and communications she creates for her consultancy clients.

Liz Baddaley