A bookseller, an editor, a website producer, a content writer, a yoga teacher, a literary agent and a country music blogger.
The best part of writing a The Inaugural Meeting of the Fairvale Ladies Book Club was …
Getting to know the characters as their stories unfolded. Characters are always like strangers at the start of a novel and their unfurling lives are often a mystery, even to the author.
The Inaugural Meeting of the Fairvale Ladies Book Club was inspired by …
My first trip to the Northern Territory in June 2014 and childhood visits to a property in the Riverina, as well as my mother and her friends.
Who is your favourite character and why?
There are five main characters and I couldn’t possibly pick a favourite, although I decided on Sybil as the most prominent character so we always see the book club meetings through her eyes.
My favourite place to curl up with a book is …
On my couch, looking out at the trees beyond the windows and the bowling green next door – it’s an almost bucolic vista in the heart of the city.
Kali Napier, author of THE SECRET'S AT OCEAN'S EDGE tells us 5 things she discovered about 1930's life in Australia whilst researching her novel.