The best advice I can give an author is to never give up. If you love to write and read avidly, that means something. If you’re like me and prefer to sit and write over watching television or a movie, and do it as often as possible, there’s something there that’s worth pursuing. Don’t listen to negativity regarding becoming a writer; know in your heart that as long as you love it and are passionate about it, you can accomplish anything.
Canadian born, Sandy made her first appearance in 1975. With a Newfoundland heritage on her father's side and English ancestors on her mother's side, Sandy grew up craving to learn more about her background.
In 1989 she finally visited St.John's Newfoundland and instantly fell in love. Still yearning to see the UK, Sandy took up a special interest in the British royal family, particularly the late Princess Diana, and as such is proud of the large collection of biographies lining her bookcase.
Sadly, her father passed away in 1992, bringing certain heartache but also lighting a candle in a budding author's heart. After her marriage in 2004 and the birth of her first child in 2006, Sandy found herself getting in touch with her creative side and penned her first memoir, about her father, which was published in 2010.
After the fulfilling experience of her first book, she knew there was no turning back. The author of 7 titles and counting, Sandy is living out her dream of writing, and hopes to one day see the world, but until then she'll write about it.
Books by Sandy Appleyard
When one lover’s husband learns of Simon's affairs with married women, he finds himself at the mercy of a madman. Simon develops a different view of life and people, but not before things are radically changed in ways he never dreamed possible. As Simon’s world is turned upside-down, police are hunting for a murderer. Soon afterward, Simon is paid an unwelcome visit by the killer. The maniac demands Simon do the one thing he can’t do…or die.
Do you have kids? Do you sometimes want to send them to their bedroom until puberty? And other times, do you want to hug them until they burst? What about those moments when they say something so innocent and incredibly cute or hilarious that you wish you had a pen and paper so you could remember it? Well, that’s exactly what I did. Each wonderful memory was recorded on pen and paper and is now shared with the world through this book.
The author is adding books right now. They will appear here soon.