Narrelle Harris was born in Newcastle, Australia and proceeded to move every few years until most of her friends thought she was on a Witness Protection program. Her itinerancy included three years abroad, teaching English in Egypt and Poland. Although now settled in Melbourne with her husband and her cat, she continues to relieve itchy feet with regular travel. Narrelle has been writing almost since she could hold a crayon, but spent too many years working for financial institutions as a bank teller. Narrelle has also been a playwright, songwriter, actress, editor, public servant, kitchen hand and - once only - a very bad telemarketer. Her first novel was the crime/thriller, Fly By Night (2004), which was nominated for a Ned Kelly Award. Her 2005 novel, Witch Honour, had been short-listed for the George Turner Prize for Science Fiction and Fantasy in 1998. Itís sequel, which was short listed for the same award the following year, was published in 2007.
Biography provided by the author, April 2008.