Fiona Higgins is the author of a memoir and three novels, the latest being Fearless (2016), published by Allen & Unwin.

Her debut novel, The Mothers’ Group (2012) was described by The Weekend Australian as ‘a top-shelf novel about contemporary Australian life’. Wife on the Run (2014) was reviewed in The Sydney Morning Herald as ‘a page-turning domestic melodrama for the social media age.’ Both novels were published in Europe. Her memoir, Love in the Age of Drought (2009), was published by Pan Macmillan in Australia.

All of Fiona’s titles may be purchased from a number of Australian booksellers for delivery locally or overseas. These include Booktopia,  Better Read than Dead,  Avid Reader  or Readings.

When she isn’t writing, Fiona is active in the Australian for-purpose sector. She holds tertiary qualifications in the humanities and social sciences. Fiona is married with three children, and recently returned to Australia after a three-year sojourn in Indonesia.