Indigo Haynes is a teen writer and artist with a special interest in manga and anime. She’s currently being home schooled but has penned a comic guide to secondary school life, some of which you can read for free on this site. Follow the links.
When she was only 7 years old, Indigo was the youngest winner of ‘The Tick-Tock Box’, a national short story competition at The Guardian newspaper judged by Francesca Simon, author of the Horrid Henry books.
Ever since then, she’s wanted to be a writer, and has even self-published a few stories for younger children!
Indigo is also passionate about politics. In fact, she’s the Deputy Member of Youth Parliament for the constituency of Torridge, North and West Devon (2017-2019), where she’s campaigning to lower the voting age to 16.
Here’s her take on Youth Parliament.
And you can talk books, politics and art with her on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/IndigoHaynes
You can view her manifesto speech here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm9_zs6MsnsxnM-xxU1iE6Q
And find her Amazon author page here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Indigo-Haynes/e/B007UGPLLA
Indigo lives in the rural South-West of England with her family and two cute cats called Bo and Jangles. Bo is apparently cuter than Jangles, but her mum says the opposite.
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