Hello! I'm Anna Wilson and I write fiction and non-fiction for adults and children. I write about families and friendship and also our place in the natural world as these are the things that are important to me.
I live in Cornwall, right by the sea, so I get a lot of inspiration from the beautiful countryside where I live.
My latest picture book, The Wide, Wide Sea, illustrated by award-winning illustrator Jenny Løvlie, is about our connection to the ocean and our responsibilities to it.
My National Trust nature almanac for children, Nature Month-by-Month, takes you on a tour of the seasons and gives you a month-by-month guide to activities and recipes you can enjoy all year round.
My young fiction series Vlad the World's Worst Vampire is about a little vampire who hates living in a spooky mansion, living the vampire life. He wants to go to human school and have human friends instead!
My adult memoir, A Place for Everything - my mother, autism and me, is about my mother's late diagnosis of autism at the age of 72 and how it affected our family life. It was featured on BBC Woman's Hour and also in the Daily Mail and has been reviewed as 'painful, raw and with an honesty that rings as clear as a bell'.
You can buy all my books here as well as seeing the books I like to read. Happy reading!