Sarah Rayner is the author of the international bestseller One Moment, One Morning, and its critically acclaimed follow-up, The Two Week Wait. Another Night, Another Day is the third stand-alone novel to feature her Brighton-based characters. "
" Earlier in her career she published two rather different novels, The Other Half and Getting Even, which have recently been fully updated by the author and reissued by Picador. "
" For many years Sarah worked as an advertising copywriter, but she now writes fiction full-time from her home in Brighton, which she shares with her husband and stepson. You can find out more about Sarah via her website: www.thecreativepumpkin.com.
Sarah Rayner, author of Another Night, Another Day, on five brilliant books about mental health. They range from case studies that read like short stories to moving memoirs that sufferers will identify with.
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To investigate the theme of this year's Mental Health Awareness Week, anxiety, we asked some writers to talk about their experience of it. Sarah Rayner, whose latest novel Another Night, Another Day explores the lives of three very different people brought together by a psychiatric clini...
"The very first book I fell in love with was Mrs Tiggywinkle by Beatrix Potter. My mother still has the copy - I went through it inserting the word ‘dear’ (spelt ‘daer’) every time I came across her name. "
Is a book ever finished? Picador author Sarah Rayner tells us what happened when she revisited her first novels more than ten years after they were published.
Sarah Rayner is the bestselling author of One Moment, One Morning, which has been translated into eleven languages. She worked for twenty years as an advertising copywriter and now writes fiction full time. Here, she talks about her childhood in books, among other things.
What if the thing you most longed for was resting on a two week wait?
The Two Week Wait is as much about not having children as it is about having them. I don’t wish to give away the plot, but the journey Lou and Cath go on means they both have to look deep into themselves and discover what makes them who they are – not just as mothers but as women...
Ever wondered about how we come up with cover ideas and images for the books we publish? Well, it's not like this in every case, but read Sarah Rayner's account of how we ended up with the 'teacup' cover for the paperback of her novel, One Moment, One Morning.
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