| 2006 – present|
| Daddy's Girls, The Last Kiss Goodbye, Gold Diggers, The Proposal, Deep Blue Sea|Tasmina Perry Wikipedia
Tasmina Perry is an internationally best-selling British novelist. Her novels have been Sunday Times bestsellers and have been published in 17 countries. Perry is also an award-winning journalist and magazine editor and she edits a daily blog, writing about travel and style and the places that inspire her novels.
A trained lawyer, Perry switched to the world of women's magazines in the mid-nineties. She won the New Journalist of the Year Award and went on to write for Marie Claire, Glamour and Heat, also launching her own travel and style magazine, Jaunt. She was editing InStyle magazine when she signed a book deal with publishers Harper Collins and left the world of magazines to concentrate on her writing career.
Perry's debut novel, Daddy's Girls, was an immediate success. The Sun newspaper said it was ‘engrossing from the first page,’ calling it ‘the perfect read to escape the everyday world with enough suspense to keep you hooked.’ Her subsequent novels have been equally well-received, with Perfect Strangers, for example, being described by Heat magazine as ‘a fast-paced, glamorous and enthralling tale’.
Perry has also co-written a series of YA vampire novels with her husband John Perry, under the pseudonym Mia James. The first in the series, By Midnight, was described by the Daily Record as ‘outstanding’.
Tasmina Perry is a regular contributor to TV and radio. She has also been a mentor for the Marie Claire/Princes Trust Inspire and Mentor campaign. She was also a judge at the 2011 P&G beauty awards.
Tasmina lives in London with her husband, the writer and former magazine editor John Perry. Perry graduated from Birmingham University with an LLB degree in Law in 1990.