About me

I am a taveller, writer, teacher, and proud aunty of Alexander. I hail from Perth in Australia, but thank my English dad and my American mom for instilling in me a strong sense of adventure and the desire to see the world. I have lived, worked and loved on three continents over three decades and until recently, lived in Melbourne, Australia.

Late last year, I published my first novel You Might Meet Someone, a romantic comedy. Set in the Greek Islands, somewhere I have travelled to several times and LOVE, it invites readers to fall in love with the self-deprecating Sarah, while deciding if they’re Team Josh or Team James.

This year, I’ve embarked on two grand adventures. I’m taking a year’s sabbatical with my partner, Ben, and through the year we will live in Asia, North America, and Europe, and I’ve become a full-time author, publishing the sequel to You Might Meet Someone, called I Think I Met Someone in mid-July, and starting the third novel in the Series, Someone Unexpected.

Ben and I currently will be moving to Portugal from England in mid-October.

3 thoughts on “About me

  1. I saw you were in Edinburgh (Scotland is my home nation), so I hope you loved it!

    Where in Portugal are you trying? I’ve been scoping Porto as a place to live for a few months: we’ve heard such great things.

    • Hey Lainey – we loved Edinburgh. We were only there a week – a taster. We moved to Porto yesterday and went exploring today. We’re committed to the next two months, so if you do decide to head our way, let me know so we can meet up.

      It is beautiful here – a very walkable city and so far we are happy with our decision – plus the weather is gorgeous.

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