Sandra Howard

Sandra Howard

Author, Broadcaster

Sandra Howard was one of the leading fashion models of the 1960s, appearing on the cover of American Vogue two months running. She worked as a freelance journalist alongside modelling before turning to novel writing. She continues to write regularly for the press.

Her most recent book The Consequence of Love was published in 2017.  She is currently working on a love story set in WWII.

Sandra is a freelance journalist, and writes regularly for a number of the National Newspapers, as well as publications such as High Life, Good Housekeeping and the Evening Standard.

Sandra is actively involved with two national charities. She is a trustee of Addaction, a charity helping people to fight drug and alcohol addiction, and Vice President of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE).

She speaks and writes on a variety of subjects including food, travel, fashion and political life.

Sandra has three adult children and is married to the former British Conservative Party Leader Michael Howard. They live in London and Kent.

A Matter of Loyalty @howardsandrac

The eagerly awaited follow-up to Arlo and the Great Big Cover-Up is on the way! https://twitter.com/betsychoward/status/1405247107875880969

Just enjoying this lovely rose in its prime- the scent is glorious! #garden

Very interesting and enjoyable

I’m with the rebels, hub is too #overseasaid

And you - even indoors rehearsing

The promise of summer, almost there. #garden

Me, reading a piece on interiors. 'What's a rain shower?
Hub, pondering. 'Well, it's not a snow shower or hail shower...'
Me. 'We're talking bathrooms here!' #FridayMotivation

This is a terrific online encyclopaedia of Kent, a real lockdown opus and brill for interest and research. And ahem, I've even squeaked into it under maiden name... http://www.oldbunyardskentpride.com

Longer even than BT (who’ve actually got much better) Shocking

Much looking forward to reading Hugo Vickers’ new book on the world of Cecil Beaton. I worked with Cecil B quite a bit, way back when (in his late days, my early ones) he took this pic on cover of my semi-autobiog novel

Except that once in a rare while listening in can be quite fascinating - for novel writing ideas!

Good feeling isn’t it!

We did go on the Nile many moons ago and had Agatha Christie and Poirot very much in mind!

It fits one or two people I can think of...

Our little bit of woodland right beside the #garden fence

Just finished reading this terrific psychological thriller by my lovely friend, ⁦@JaneCorryAuthor⁩ Such unnerving twists and powerful emotions, it will leave you reeling.

Thank you CL and here’s a little quote for the day. “You can’t use up creativity, the more you use the more you have.” Maya Angelou #WednesdayMotivation

I won one once... Won’t say what it was for....

Thank you for tuning in! So grateful

Hope to see yo’all!