Mary AlexanderChildren's Author
Mary Alexander is a writer, mother, dog owner and very bad cook. She has written four non-fiction books on health issues, and ghosted a memoir for a middle class mother who became a call girl; this became a Sunday Times bestseller. Following a MA in Creative Writing, she started to write fiction. Her first collection of short stories has recently been published, and she has also written a novel about Penelope Betjeman, the talented and eccentric wife of the famed poet laureate, John Betjeman. Her first children’s book is aimed at ages 9-12 and features a dog, Duke, and his 10 year old owner, Noah, who magically swap places for the day.
She lives in Oxford.