Farah Heron writes romantic women’s fiction with humour and heart. She has a varied career history ranging from selling yarn, selling bikinis, hiring in the high-end fashion industry and finally psychotherapy and counselling high-risk youth. An unapologetic, outspoken intersectional feminist, Farah tells stories that reflect the diversity in her own life, and explores how women thrive in an uncertain world. She is fascinated with how culture, race and gender shape experiences in modern urban environments.
When she’s not locked in her office writing, Farah can be found searching for water for boating, fishing or kayaking, or baking bread in her kitchen. She lives in a small house with one husband, two children, one rabbit, two hamsters and a fish.