Claire Halliday never set out to write non-fiction, it’s just that she loves telling stories. That thing about truth being even stranger than fiction? She believes it. Her newest book is Things My Mother Taught Me—a collection of twenty interviews with a bunch of interesting Australians.
Claire has been a writer for about nineteen years—a lifelong dream that she has been lucky enough to turn into reality. Not only lucky, but with a head full of ideas, and a determination to keep trying to find homes for them, Claire has had four non-fiction books published, with a few more that she ghost-wrote for other people.