Will include a nostagic and revealing Q and A with the author Sally Worboyes has been rising through the ranks of saga writers ever since her debut - WILD HOPS - in 1994. Now with her move to Orion she can finally get the attention she deserves In 2004, she broke through to the top table with TIME WILL TELL. This sold nearly 100,000 copies through the trade. She has everything it takes to rival the likes of Jo Cox, Lesley Pearce and Audrey Howard: a wonderfully atmospheric location in the East End of London, fantastic characters and - most of all - real passion in her writing. 'Unbridled passions run riot' Daily Mail 'She brings the East End to life' Barbara Windsor
Sally Worboyes was born and grew up in Stepney with four brothers and a sister. She now lives in Norfolk with her husband and three children. She has written plays for TV and broadcast on Radio Four, and has adapted her own play and novel, WILD HOPS, as a musical, THE HOP-PICKERS.