Theresa Tomlinson

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Theresa Tomlinson
Born (1946-08-14) August 14, 1946 (age 68)[1]
Crawley, Sussex, England[1]
Occupation writer
Alma mater Hull College of Education[1]
Spouse Alan Tomlinson (1967–present)[1]
Children
  • Rosie
  • Joe
  • Sam
[1]
Relatives
  • Alan Johnston (father)
  • Joan Johnston (mother)
[1]
Website
www.theresatomlinson.com

Theresa Tomlinson (or Thomlinson) (1946-) is a children's author.

Biography[edit]

As a child, she lived in Cleveland and North Yorkshire where her father was a vicar, but had little interest in writing stories. It was only as she began to tell stories to her three children that she began to enjoy writing. She especially likes writing historical fiction. She now lives in Whitby with her husband.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

Fiction series[edit]

Against the Tide trilogy[edit]

  1. The Flither Pickers (1987)
  2. The Herring Girls (1994)
  3. Beneath Burning Mountain (2001)

Forestwife trilogy[edit]

  1. The Forestwife (1993)
  2. Child of the May (1998)
  3. The Path of the She Wolf (2000)

Time Slip adventures[edit]

  • Meet Me by the Steelmen (1997)
  • The Night of the Red Devil (2000)
  • Errand Lass (2003)
  • Scavenger Boy (2003)
  • Blitz Baby (2004)

Troy and the Warrior Women series[edit]

  1. The Moon Riders (2002)
  2. The Voyage of the Snake Lady (2004)

Novels[edit]

  • Water Cat (1988)
  • The Secret Place (1990)
  • Riding the Waves (1990)
  • Summer Witches (1991)
  • The Rope Carrier (1991)
  • The Cellar Lad (1995)
  • Haunted House Blues (1996)
  • Dancing Through the Shadows (1997)
  • The Little Stowaway (1997)
  • Ironstone Valley (1998)
  • Lifeboat That Went by Land (1999)
  • The Voyage of the Silver Bream (2001)
  • Wolf Girl (2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Tomlinson, Theresa 1946- - Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series". Encyclopedia.com. Retrieved 2011-01-03. 
  2. ^ "Theresa Tomlinson". Random House Children's Books. Retrieved 18 March 2010. 

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