Isolde Martyn

Whether it’s the Wars of the Roses or the French Revolution, historian Isolde Martyn is known for award-winning novels that blend political events and romance. Before taking up full-time writing, she edited the Reader’s Digest Motoring Guide to Australia and Foods that Harm, Foods that Heal. Her latest work Troubadour is set in southern France in 1209 and she is currently working on a children’s book.

Isolde will be part of the 2019 conference.

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