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Kerri Sackville, author of When My Husband Does The Dishes..., answers Five Facetious Questions

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Kerri Sackville

author of When My Husband Does The Dishes…

Five Facetious Questions


1. Every writer spends at least one afternoon going from bookshop to bookshop making sure his or her latest book is facing out and neatly arranged. 502 more words

Australian Author

The Happiness Project

Naomi over at Seven Cherubs has encouraged me to take part in the Happiness Project. You can read more about it by following the link. 672 more words

Family And Life

Interview With Kerri by Kerri Sackville

I love giving interviews. I am what one might call an ‘extrovert’ (if one was being polite; the other frequently used term is ‘show off’) , and I welcome any opportunity to talk about myself. 292 more words

Random House Australia

A Bit About Me And My Book by Kerri Sackville

Why I decided to become a writer

  1. My acting career never took off so I needed to find another career path. I can’t sing or dance, I don’t understand share trading, and I missed out on getting into medicine by one mark*, so writing seemed like the logical choice.
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Random House Australia

Top 10 Best Things About Being A Parent by Kerri Sackville

  1. I had lots of inhibitions before kids. Since having half the medical staff of Royal Women’s check out my vagina, and whipping my boobs out in every shopping centre and cafe in greater Sydney, I am not encumbered by any inhibitions any more.
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Random House Australia

Top 10 Reasons I’m Glad I Got Married by Kerri Sackville

  1.  I couldn’t have written a book called ‘When My Husband Does The Dishes…’ if I wasn’t married. Or at least I could have, but it would have been fiction, and I’m really bad at writing fiction.
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Random House Australia

Kerri Sackville launches When My Husband Does the Dishes...

When My Husband Does the Dishes… by Kerri Sackville
was launched last Thursday night

Cunningly disguised as a wino to throw off the paparazzi, author and journalist… 294 more words

Australian Author