An Infernal Fan Girl’s Heaven and other Joys of Online Life

For a writer of my generation, it comes as a surprise how important online reviews are to the success of a book.

So glad to read The Infernal Fang Girl’s Heaven review on INSTAGRAM (@theinfernalfangirlsheaven) and on her blog. It was such a thoughtful and considered review. (Below)




THIS WRITER’S LIFE: I’m in The Australian Today

Today The Australian has published an extract (The Story Club, SAT 22 JUN 2019) from my latest book, THE SUNDAY STORY CLUB (PanMacmillan), written with co-author Doris Brett. 

Those bloody teacups. The photographer brought them with him. It should have been wine glasses.








THIS WRITER’S LIFE: Inspiration or Prison?

Reading is essential for a writer.

Who wouldn’t want to write like Dickens or Hemingway or Tolstoy?

Yet from this desire, we create our own chains. Build our own prison.

A writer must kill their literary icons to free their own voice. 

Kerry Cue is a humorist, journalist, mathematician, and author. Her latest book is a crime novel, Target 91, Penmore Press, Tucson, AZ (2019).


THIS WRITER’S LIFE: Addiction Quote

So I was asked by a Bar in Malta if they could put my words on a brass plaque on their bar. It is a quote about ADDICTION. If I can get myself to Malta I reckon there is a drink in it for me.

Kerry Cue is a humorist, journalist, mathematician, and author.  Her latest book is a crime novel, Target 91, Penmore Press, Tucson, AZ (2019).


This Writer’s Life: Starting Out

When I first announced that I wanted to write 30+ years ago my friends laughed. ‘You can’t even spell’ said one. In these small ways, we are pressured to limit ourselves. Don’t listen. After 20 books I can say that I now misspell a much higher class of word.