Caro Giles is a writer based in Northumberland. Her words are inspired by her local landscape, the wide empty beaches and the Cheviot Hills. She writes honestly about what it means to be a woman, a mother and a carer, and about the value in taking the road less travelled. Her writing appears in journals, press and periodicals, including a monthly column for Psychologies. In 2021 she was named BBC Countryfile magazine’s New Nature Writer of the Year. Her debut memoir, ‘Twelve Moons’, was published in January 2023 by HarperNorth.