Jini Reddy


My new book WANDERLAND will be published by Bloomsbury Books in April 2020.  It's about my journey to connect with the magical Other in the landscape in Britain, whilst also exploring my own feelings of being 'othered'. The book fuses nature-writing and memoir and was powered by love, serendipity and synchronicity. 

My first, Wild Times ,was published in 2016. Fuelled by my desire to know nature in a more heartfelt way, I tried twenty-six different wild experiences across Britain. It's a hybrid narrative/ guidebook so when you read each chapter, you'll have every bit of information you need to go off and have these beautiful experiences yourself. 

For news and press the book generated, see here  

It won the book prize at the British Guild of Travel Writers Awards 2017 and was shortlisted for the Travel Media Awards in the same year.



"A wonderfully quirky and imaginative series of wild encounters, guaranteed to put you back in touch with nature." - Stephen Moss, naturalist, author and BBC broadcaster

"Jini's passion for the outdoors and her desire to connect on a more meaningful and deeper level shines through every page of the book and it"s an infectious quality" - Adventure Travel Magazine

"Amazing places, amazing people, all animated by a love of the natural world, and captured so creatively by Jini Reddy's powers of empathy and insightful observation." - Jonathon Porritt

"Inspiring and practical - a rare combination. I can't wait to venture out and explore." - Melissa Harrison, novelist, nature writer and The Times Nature Notes columnist.

"So many rare experiences are made accessible in this fantastic book" - Tristan Gooley, The Natural Navigator and New York Times bestselling author

"Jini's soul is in nature and she writes beautifully" - Fergus Beeley, series producer of BBC's Planet Earth

"Wild experiences brought to life with imagination and insight." - John Muir Trust

I've also contributed to the book Winter, a best-selling anthology published by Elliott and Thompson for the Wildlife Trusts in 2016 and edited by nature writer and novelist Melissa Harrison.