Amanda Hampson

Amanda HampsonAmanda Hampson grew up in New Zealand and moved to London in 1976. She spent her early twenties travelling, finally settling in Australia in 1979 where she has been writing professionally for more than a decade. Her non-fiction titles include Battles with the Baby Gods Stories of Hope (1998) and Take Me Home: Families Living with Alzheimers (2000). She has also written magazine feature articles on a wide range of subjects, with a special interest in social history and the spirit of place. Amanda lives with her partner on Sydney's northern beaches and has three children and two grandchildren. The Olive Sisters is her first novel.


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