Story telling from Australia
Like most writers I’ve had a variety of jobs; librarian in Saudi Arabia; teacher in Spain; actress, theatre producer and journalist in London, and event manager in more countries than I care to remember.
I’ve worked with Shakespeare in the Park in London, Australian House & Garden magazine in Sydney and for several years I worked for Australia’s iconic Royal Flying Doctor Service.
I doubt if I will ever live in a more interesting town than Broken Hill – a mining town on the edge of Outback New South Wales – and though I now live in Sydney I’m still a proud member of the Country Women’s Association.
Dream Wheeler was my first book. It led to a commission from Macmillan for a memoir, Love in the Outback, which was published in May 2014 and Australian Farming Families followed in May 2015. I’m now working on fiction.
I travel extensively and I love talking about books, life and work. Check out the Events page for news of forthcoming events.
To anyone else out there who dreams of being a writer, I say go for it.
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