About me

This is a picture of me. I am against a white background and I have dark brown hair cut in a pixie cut and I am smiling enough to show my teeth. I have silver leaf earrings, a plain navy blue top and a white scarf looped twice around my neck.

I have always been a writer; when I was a small child I wrote and illustrated stories with characters such as witches and talking houses. At the age of fifteen I completed a historical murder mystery romance but as it wasn’t very good I became discouraged and turned myself to other hobbies. It took me another fifteen years to take up my pen again, spurred into action by reading a really badly-written book and thinking surely I could do better than that!

I now specialise in writing fiction about difficult topics in an accessible and uplifting way. Something Like Happy is a heart-warming novel of friendship and found family that also touches on mental health and suicide. Trust is a romantic novel that takes a look at the issues surrounding workplace harassment and PTSD.

I now live in Glasgow and work as a programmer writing code. I spend my free time crafting novels, going walking in the hills and teaching adaptive snowboarding, which involves passing on my love of snow and going fast down a hill to people with physical and mental challenges.

I am passionate about diversity and mental health, and post quite a lot on Twitter regarding these topics, so if you’re interested then you can find me @SashaGreeneAuth.

I am a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, the Society of Authors and the Alliance of Independent Authors.

© Sasha Greene 2019-2021