Sarra Manning

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Sarra Manning is a writer from England. She attended the University of Sussex and took up an English with Media Studies degree. She became a freelance writer after submitting her work to Melody Maker. She worked as the entertainment editor for five years of the now-defunct teen magazine J-17. Manning was the editor of Elle Girl (UK edition), then re-launched What To Wear magazine for the BBC and has worked on UK magazines such as Bliss and The Face. She's contributed to ELLE, Seventeen, The Guardian and Details and is a contributing editor to ELLE UK and writes regularly for Grazia, Red and Stella, as well as consulting for a number of British magazine publishers. She has been dubbed the "teen queen extraordinaire." Her first adult novel, Unsticky was published by Headline in 2009. Her next teen novel, Nobody's Girl was published in 2010,[1] and a second adult novel, You Don't Have to Say You Love Me, was published in February 2011.[2] Her third adult novel, titled Nine Uses For An Ex-Boyfriend, is due to be published in February 2012.

She currently lives in North London with her Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Miss Betsy.

Novels[edit]

  • Diary of a Grace-2004
  • It felt like a Kiss-2014
  • J-17 Love Money: published with J-17 Magazine
  • Guitar Girl: UK, 2003; US, 2004
  • Diary of a Crush 1: French Kiss: UK, 2004; US, 2006
  • Diary of a Crush 2: Kiss and Make Up: UK, 2004 (parts given away with J-17 magazine under the title, Losing It); US, 2006
  • Diary of a Crush 3: Sealed with a Kiss: UK, 2004 (parts given away with J-17 magazine under the title, American Dream); US. 2006
  • Pretty Things: UK & US, 2005
  • Let's Get Lost: UK & US, 2006
  • Fashionistas 1: Laura: UK, 2007
  • Fashionistas 2: Hadley: UK, 2007
  • Fashionistas 3: Irina: UK, 2008
  • Fashionistas 4: Candy: UK, 2008
  • Unsticky: UK, 2009
  • Nobody's Girl: UK, 2010
  • You Don't Have to Say You Love Me: UK, 2011
  • Nine Uses For An Ex-Boyfriend: UK, 2012
  • Adorkable: UK, 2012
  • The Worst Gurlfriend In The World: UK, 2014

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Amazon product page
  2. ^ Amazon product page