"You've read every book in here. You'll have to write your own..."
Louise wrote her first novel in primary school, complete with stickman illustrations. But she was told it wasn't a proper job. It wasn't until she came out of the "car crash" of her thirties that the flicker of inspiration returned.
Louise Jensen is a USA Today Bestselling author who always wanted to be a writer when she grew up, and when that didn’t happen she got a ‘proper’ job instead. Several years ago an accident left Louise with a disability and she began writing again, to distract her from her pain and compromised mobility. But writing turned out to be more than just a good distraction. Louise's first three novels, The Sister, The Gift & The Surrogate, were International No.1 Bestsellers. Louise's books have sold approaching million copies and have been translated into nineteen languages. The Sister was nominated for The Goodreads Awards Debut of 2016. Louise's fourth book will be published June 2018.