Sandra Howard (nee Paul) was one of the leading fashion models of the 1960s, appearing on the cover of American Vogue two months running. She worked as a freelance journalist alongside modelling, before turning to novel writing. She continues to write regularly for the press.
Her six novels, Glass Houses, Ursula’s Story, A Matter of Loyalty, Ex-Wives, Tell the Girl and The Consequence of Love, are all available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle versions. Links can be found under the Books page.
Work is well underway on her next novel, a love story with the provisional title of The Distances of War, which is set mainly in East Africa in WW2.
Sandra is actively involved with two national charities, Addaction, a charity helping people to fight drug and alcohol addiction, and as a vice president of Youth Epilepsy. Sandra also supports First Story, a charity that provides funds to enable well-known writers to hold creative writing classes in inner city schools.
She has three adult children: Sholto, Nick and Larissa, and is married to the former British Conservative Party Leader Michael Howard. They live in London and Kent.
‘Less bonkers than Jilly Cooper and more fun than Joanna Trollope, Sandra Howard is a welcome addition to the modern woman’s fiction shelves. The only question is: what the hell took her so long?.’ – The Evening Standard