Fiona Perrin grew up in West Cornwall and, a few years ago, returned to her roots, renovating a house overlooking the lighthouse on the end of the beautiful Lizard peninsula — the setting for the inspiration of The Cornish Hotel. Before swapping genres to historical fiction, she wrote two contemporary rom coms – How Not to Get Divorced and How to Make Time for Me, published by Aria, Head of Zeus and Penguin Germany, enjoying best seller flags in UK, Australia and Canada.
Having always written, she attended the Curtis Brown Creative course and wrote her previous novels alongside a fairly demanding day job in sales and marketing and bringing up a family of four kids. Nowadays, she works part-time as a company board director from Cornwall and London. Having returned to the Lizard, she became fascinated with her local history and its fascinating tales of shipwrecks, smuggling and witchery and was compelled to write The Cornish Hotel, the first in a series inspired by the landscape around her.
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How to Make Time for Me (Aria, Head of Zeus, 2019)
How Not to Get Divorced (Aria, Head of Zeus, 2018)