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Fiona Wood

Biography

Fiona Wood

Fiona Wood is a TV screenwriter and novelist. Her first novel, SIX IMPOSSIBLE THINGS, was published in Australia/New Zealand (Pan Macmillan, 2010) won the 2008 Eleanor Dark Fellowship for fiction and the Readings Foundation Glenfern Fellowship in 2009. She lives in Melbourne with her husband. WILDLIFE is her second novel and will be published by Pan Macmillan in Australia & New Zealand in March.

Fiona Wood

Books by Fiona Wood

by Fiona Wood - Fantasy, Fiction, Romance, Young Adult 12+

For Vân Uoc, fantasies fall into two categories: nourishing or pointless. So Vân Uoc tries to stick to her reality --- keeping a low profile as a scholarship student at her prestigious Melbourne private school, managing her mother's PTSD from a traumatic emigration from Vietnam, and admiring Billy from afar. Until she makes a wish that inexplicably (possibly magically) comes true.

by Fiona Wood - Fiction

Award-winning author Fiona Wood delivers a thought-provoking story of self-discovery and first love-one that will resonate with anyone who has ever realized that the things that make you different are the things that make you...you. 

by Fiona Wood - Humor, Romance, Young Adult 12+

Nerd-boy Dan Cereill is not quite coping with a whole heap of problems, including a reversal of family fortune, moving, new-school hell, a mother with a failing wedding cake business, a just-out gay dad, and a massive crush on Estelle, the girl next door. His life is a mess, but for now he's narrowed it down to just six impossible things… In this charming story of one guy's efforts to get it together when his life is falling apart, award-winning author Fiona Wood introduces an irresistible voice and a delightfully awkward character who is impossible to forget.

by Fiona Wood - Fiction

During a semester in the wilderness, Sib expects the tough outdoor education program and the horrors of dorm life, but friendship drama and an unexpected romance? That will take some navigating. New girl Lou has zero interest in fitting in, or joining in. Still reeling from a loss that occurred almost a year ago, she just wants to be left alone. But as she witnesses a betrayal unfolding around Sib and her best friend Holly, Lou can't help but be drawn back into the land of the living.