Nicola lives in Sydney’s north west with her husband and two small (but remarkably strong willed) daughters. In between various career changes, becoming a mum and studying at Macquarie University, she began to write. Now, she can’t seem to stop.
Her writing was once referred to as ‘inept’ by The Melbourne Age. Luckily on that same day the Brisbane Courier Mail called her work ‘accomplished, edgy and real.’ So she stopped crying into her Weetbix, picked up a pen and continued to write. She has been fueled by a desire to prove The Age wrong ever since.
Nicola Moriarty recommends
The Art of Keeping Secrets (2017)
"A compelling and poignant story of dark secrets and turbulent relationships... The characters are funny and flawed and filled with the kind of raw vulnerability that makes your heart ache for them."
Underwater Breathing (2018)
"A dark, powerful and emotional novel with hauntingly beautiful prose. It will compel you to read on even as it sends chills up your spine."
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