Sophie Hamilton lives in London and writes urban YA.
For years, Sophie worked in TV as a film researcher and producer. Her programmes ranged from hard-hitting documentaries to culture and art shows, she most enjoyed those highlighting the lifestyle, quirks and foibles of the rich and famous. She then decided to swap the hectic environment of television for the solitary life of a writer, and the result is her debut novel ‘Stitch-Up’.
When not writing she’ll most likely be reading, watching films, searching out culture, walking or jogging round London or just kicking back.
Why did you want to write Stitch Up?
Because being a teenage girl is tough, especially in this age of celebrity, which is all about image and conforming to a certain look. It was hard when I was a teen (many years ago!), but it’s even harder for girls now…
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