Once upon a time, I was Sarah Hall. It was the name I used as a journalist; the by-line that topped each article. But there is another, Man Booker-shortlisted, award-winning writer with that name and so, when I wrote my novel, I used my married name: Sarah Vaughan. I wrote a piece for The Guardian about picking a pseudonym which you can view here.
The Art of Baking Blind features several signature bakes which resonate, emotionally, for the characters. I wrote a piece for the Waterstone's blog about the bake which means something to me. You can view it here.
Remember the GBBO's Bingate? I wrote a short piece for Good Housekeeping on The Great British Bake Off's appeal which you can view here.
Woman's World, the website for the National Federation of Women's Institutes, interviewed me about The Art of Baking Blind and my next, as yet untitled, novel. You can view it here.