Sara Collins studied law at the London School of Economics and worked as a lawyer for seventeen years, during which time she was a partner at various law firms. She has always wanted to write but only recently decided it was time to stop wanting to do it and just do it.
She is a final year student for the MSt in Creative Writing at the University of Cambridge, where in 2015 she was the recipient of the Michael Holroyd Prize for Re-creative Writing. In 2015, her short story, Lilith, was shortlisted for the Bath Short Story Award. Her work has also recently been published in The Caribbean Writer. She is currently working on her first novel, Frannie Langton, about a Jamaican housemaid in Regency London who is accused of a crime she cannot remember committing.