Satya Robyn (previously Fiona - she was ordained as a Buddhist priest in 2012) lives in the green skirts of the Malvern hills in the UK. Her latest charting novel is 'Small Kindnesses'.
Her previous novel 'The Most Beautiful Thing' was a Kindle best-seller in the UK and follows 14 year old Joe's adventures in Amsterdam with his chaotic aunt Nel.
Her previous novels include 'Thaw' and 'The Letters' and her other books include 'A Year of Questions: How to slow down and fall in love with life'.
She runs the mindful writing company 'Writing Our Way Home' which she co-founded with her husband Kaspa. She is the inventor of the short mindful writing form, 'small stones'.
She also works as a psychotherapist and a creativity coach. She is a Pureland Buddhist priest.
She loves growing vegetables, paying attention, banoffee pie, goldfinches, earl grey & her three cats, Fatty, Tsuki & Roshi.