Agent: Sophie Hicks
Enid was born and grew up in South Wales, but has lived mostly in north London where she brought up two children with her husband, David. She won a scholarship to study painting and design at the Dublin College of Art, and afterwards taught in the Rudolf Steiner school. Enid then moved back to London, and soon sold her first short story to a women’s magazine.
Enid and her family later moved to Paris for two years, where she encountered the Roma girl who became the inspiration for her novel For Maritsa with Love first published by Simon & Schuster. Ten years before that novel was published, Enid wrote her first children’s book, The Time Tree (Walker Books). Enid has continued to write children’s and adult fiction, and To Summon a Spirit was one of the Pick of the Year titles listed in the Children’s Book Award. Enid's work has been published internationally and translated into Danish, German, Arabic, Finnish and Japanese.
Enid is a long-time member of both The Society of Authors, and the Scattered Authors’ Society which concentrates mostly on digital publishing and where she blogs once a month.
Her latest children's book, One Hundred Wishes, will be published by Franklin Watts in 2018.