Sophie Duffy

Sophie is the winner of the 2010 Luke Bitmead Bursary and the Yeovil Literary Prize. She currently lives in Teignmouth, Devon with her husband and three children. Sophie's debut novel was The Generation Game which Hello magazine praised as "a brave, bold, warm, rich, amusing, engaging novel". The novel is inspired by Sophie's childhood growing up in a sweet shop in Torquay. Sophie's second novel, This Holey Life was also well received with author Laurie Graham calling Sophie's writing "sharp as a tack".