About

Sarah Pinborough is an award-winning YA and adult thriller, fantasy and horror novelist and screenwriter. She has published more than 20 novels and has written for the BBC and is currently working with several television companies on original projects. Her recent novels include the dystopian love story, The Death House, and a teenage thriller, 13 Minutes which has been bought by Netflix with Josh Schwartz adapting. 

Her next adult novel, a psychological thriller, Behind Her Eyes, will be out in January 2017 from HarperFiction in the UK. The book has sold to nearly twenty territories so far and was sold at auction to the US in a significant deal to Flatiron, Macmillan. There are discussions on going with several movies studios about the film adaptation. You can follow Sarah on Twitter at @sarahpinborough.


9 responses to “About

  • Tim Sarosa

    Hi Eyeore,

    Having just read the superb `a matter of blood` i can`t wait to
    read the second book in the trilogy and was wondering what it
    might be called and when it will be released ?

  • sarahpinborough

    Hey Tim,

    Thanks for the kind words! The second one is called The Shadow of the Soul and will be out next March I think. I’ve already written it though! x

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  • DC

    So, still waiting for a sequel to Breeding Ground, as Feeding Ground was more of a companion piece. Do you, perhaps, have a third novel in the works that would bring these two pieces together or should I just write my own fan fiction to your work and call it a day?

  • Stella

    Hi!

    I really really loved your series on fairy tales you did! I read the first two in a day and am waiting in line to buy the third. Anyway, I was wondering, are you planning on writing more?? They’re really well done and intelligent 🙂

    Thanks!

  • Caitlin Morton

    Hey Sarah! Do you know when the ebook version of 13 minutes might be released in the US?

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