Latrobe, Tasmania, Australia
Home page: www.sallyodgers.com
Sally Odgers was born in Latrobe, Tasmania, and still lives there with her husband and co-author Darrel and an assortment of creatures. They have two adult children.
Sally has been writing since the 1970s. Apart from writing, she also runs workshops and a small manuscript assessment business called Affordable Assessments. Titles include "Dreadful David", Omnibus 1984, "Translations in Celadon" (HarperCollins/A&R 1998), "Candle Iron" (HarperCollins/A&R 2000), Boy Downunder (Leisure Books 2004),
"Gold's Bride" (Mundania Press, 2005), and "I'm Big Enough", (Koala Books 2002 - Talespinner edition 2007). Sally co-writes the "Jack Russell; Dog Detective" series for Scholastic with her husband, Darrel. Titles include "Dog Den Mystery", "The Awful Pawful" and "The Buried Biscuits".
Many of Sally's 250+ published books have been written under pseudonyms for the educational market. She thinks she is probably Tasmania's most published living writer.
Interests: SF, fantasy, reading, walking, dogs
Published writer: Yes