Something Like Happy is available in eBook and paperback. Set in Glasgow, it’s an emotional and thought-provoking novel about friendship, love and day-to-day struggles with mental health.

Jade is just trying to get by. She doesn’t want to talk about it. She doesn’t want a fuss. 

But one day she meets Nick and everything changes.

Out of the most difficult of situations, Nick and Jade’s friendship grows into something both of them never knew they needed.

Jade used to be sure that she was better off alone. But could it be that together, with Nick by her side, she can start to feel something like happy again?

You can find it on Kobo, Amazon, the Harper Collins website, or order it from your local bookshop.

Trust is available in eBook and paperback and is set in the Scottish Highlands.

When someone else tells a different story…how can you be believed?

After resisting the advances of a senior colleague loses Jenny her job, she escapes from London to visit friends in a small Scottish village, hoping the distance will provide some respite from the trauma she has suffered. Meeting Nadeem, a considerate ex-Army medic, helps her start to rebuild her confidence and begin legal action against the company.

But Nadeem is fighting his own battles with grief over the loss of his best friend in Afghanistan, and when he and Jenny discover that their lives are connected back in London they both find out just how far trust will stretch before it snaps.

You can find it on Kobo, Amazon or order it from your local bookshop.

© Sasha Greene 2019-2022

Cover of the book Something Like Happy, showing a paper cut out of a yellow sun and a white cloud hanging against a blue background, with two paper planes leave trails at left and right. At the top of the cover in black letters: 'It's the little things that matter the most'. At the bottom, cursive letters in white spell out 'Something Like Happy' and below that black capitals say 'Sasha Greene'.

The cover of the book called Trust. The book cover has a beautiful Scottish landscape in the background. It looks very atmospheric in blues and purples. A skinny young woman sits in the foreground on a rock, face turned away, looking at the view. Her body language makes her look pensive, although you can't see her face. She has a short auburn bob, a blue hoodie, jeans, and DM-style shoes. The title of the book reads "Trust" in dark purple capital letters near the top of the cover, with the author name "Sasha Greene" in dark orange capitals above it.