Hilary Freeman lives in Camden Town, London with her partner and their baby daughter.
Her latest YA novel, When I was Me, is published by Hot Key Books, and she has also had six books published by Piccadilly Press, including Loving Danny, Lifted and the Camden Town Tales Series. She has been shortlisted for several book awards.
Currently the agony aunt for The Jewish Chronicle, she has also dispensed advice in teen magazines, such as CosmoGirl! and online, for Youthnet and Sky.com. An award-winning journalist, she contributes regularly to the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, and many other newspapers, magazines and websites, and she makes regular appearances on radio and TV.
When she isn’t writing, she likes singing karaoke, doodling, shopping and most things French, especially Tarte Tatin and Beaufort cheese. Although she’s only 5ft 3, she was once a leg model for a charity campaign and appeared on posters all over the London Underground.
Twitter - @HFreemanAuthor
Represented by: Catherine Pellegrino
When I Was Me (Hot Key Books, 2015)
The Boy From France (Piccadilly Press, 2012)
Stuck On Me (Piccadilly Press, 2011)
The Celeb Next Door (Piccadilly Press, 2011)
Lifted (Piccadilly Press, 2010)
Loving Danny (Piccadilly Press, 2006)