Ken was born in rural Norfolk during a period of austerity following the Second World War. He was sent to boarding school at the age of thirteen before later living and working in the Middle East, Nigeria and Spain.
Having eventually returned to his roots and resettled in Norfolk, Ken suffered a number of heart failures in the summer of 2009. Following a near-death experience, Ken had a supernatural encounter which inspired him to pick up a pen and begin his writing career.
Ken joined Sweet Cherry in 2012, and co-authored The Diaries of Robin’s Toys and The Diaries of Robin’s Travels with his daughter, Angie.
Angie Lake is a freelance writer with a background in the Spanish music industry. She has worked on a variety of projects, including writing and reviewing for press publication, translation and authoring works of fiction.
Born in the UK and raised on the Spanish Costa Blanca, Angie travelled extensively before settling in Spain to study Psychology and began her writing career in the Spanish national music press.
Angie joined Sweet Cherry in 2012, having co-authored The Diaries of Robin’s Toys and The Diaries of Robin’s Travels with her father, Ken. She has since penned a solo comedy series, Danny Dingle’s Fantastic Finds.
Angie currently moves around Europe, covering concerts and other cultural events in the summer months. During the quieter winter period, Angie writes novels and children’s fiction.