Caroline Bell Foster was born in Derby, England and with her family went on a six-week holiday to Jamaica. She stayed for 18 years!
Ever the adventurer, Caroline bought her first pair of high heels in Toronto and traded her pink sunglasses for a bus ride in the Rift Valley at 18. She wrote her first short story on that bus and had it published the following year in a local newspaper.
Caroline's latest novels defy convention and celebrate modern day Britain. Always romancing the cultures, Caroline writes contemporary, multicultural and interracial novels with strong characters and themes of substance.
The past two years have seen Caroline winning Medical Author of the Year for Call Me Lucky. The Valentine Pets & Kisses anthology became an Amazon best-seller, which makes her a multi Amazon Best-Selling author and she won Diva Author of the Year, from Divas of Colour.
The author has been listed as one of the most influential women of colour in Nottingham by Left Lion magazine and one of the most influential people in Culture & Entertainment in the region. She is also listed in the Top 100 Most Influential Creatives by C-Hub Magazine.
She says: "It’s wonderful to be recognised for the things I do quietly, entertain, romance, and introducing cultures one page at a time."
The Call Centre series is written as a tribute to all those who work the night shift in a call centre, as she has done. The first novel, Call Me Royal, became an Amazon best seller and was quickly followed by Call Me Lucky. The third novel, Call Me Perfect, is expected when the author can 'devote enough time to Mackenzie.'
Other Novels' - Ladies' Jamaican, Caribbean Whisper's, Saffron's Choice, Call Me Royal, Call Me Lucky and ever popular, The Cat Cafe'. The Feline Fix (Valentine Pets & Kisses) Distracting Ace (International Heroes I) The Kitty Effect (Valentine Pet's & Kisses 2) Convincing Kyle (International Heroes II) Avoiding Matthew (International Heroes III) The Pussycat Trap and coming spring 2023 Love To Belong.
The author now lives in Nottingham, England with her husband and two children.