Fleur McDonald is one of Australia’s leading rural literature authors, with her books becoming best sellers almost as quickly as they hit the shelves. She has solidified her position as one of the country’s favourite storytellers.
Fleur draws inspiration from having lived and worked for much of her life on a farm – including early life on her parent’s property in regional SA, and more recently on her 8000acre property in regional WA.
Passionate about raising awareness of domestic violence, Fleur is also the founder and chairman of the not-for-profit organisation ‘Breaking the Silence‘. For more information or to be involved in Breaking the Silence, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fleur’s ninth work of fiction, The Missing Pieces of Us was published in April – this was her first novel in the general fiction genre. Turquoise Waters will be out in November 2017.
Noisy Nights, the first of two children’s books was published by New Frontier Publishers in 2016 and sold into China soon after it was published. The second will be out in 2018.
She lives in Esperance, WA with her partner, Garry, two children, Rochelle and Hayden, a Jack Russell terrier, Rocket and Red Heeler, Beardog.