Belinda Jones was born in Turnbridge Wells, Kent to parents Pamela and Trefor Jones. At the age of one, Belinda moved with her family to Oxford. Thirteen years later, when Belinda was fourteen, they moved again, this time to Devon.
At the age of 19, Belinda moved to London, where she resided for the next ten years, before moving to California, where she lived in Los Angeles for five years.
Belinda's first paid job in journalism was on the children's comic, Postman Pat. At the age of 20, she moved on to become a feature writer on Woman's World.
She also spent four years working on more! magazine as a travel editor. While there, she also produced, scripted and co-presented the Mr more! male model contest, held at London’s Hippodrome nightclub.
Following her time at more!, Belinda went freelance and has had work published in Elle, FHM, Bliss, Company, and Cosmopolitan, among others.
Belinda is currently in the United States researching her tenth book.