Tammy Robinson is a contemporary women’s fiction author from the Bay of Plenty, in New Zealand. After years spent working her way round the world, Tammy settled back in New Zealand with her husband, their two girls and a newborn baby boy.
Born and raised in New Zealand, the elder of twins and with an older brother. Growing up I was fascinated with books and large shipwrecks. In my early twenties I spent a year working on Cruise Ships, to my mothers apprehension. I think she actually thought I might wish one to the bottom of the ocean, just to see a shipwreck in process. After that I worked for Club Med resorts (and yes, they are everything you’ve ever heard about them.)
On a brief trip back home I met my (now) husband, and in a fit of “Argh I’m nearly 30!” panic, I decided to stay and see what would happen. He proposed after 2 months and we’ve now been married for almost 8 years.
I’ve always dabbled in writing, and in 2011 I finished a book ‘Charlie and Pearl’ which I uploaded onto the Harper Collins Authonomy website at the end of July 2011. In December 2011 it made the top 5 (out of some 11,000 odd books) earning a coveted medal. I have recently edited it and published it on Amazon Kindle
She has published six novels through Amazon. DIFFERENTLY NORMAL is her first novel with Hachette Austalia.
She is currently working on PHOTOS OF YOU, which Hachette will publish in 2019.