Blog Bites with Juliet Madison

It’s a delight to introduce the lovely Juliet Madison today, thank you Juliet for sharing a bite from your life.

I write: Humourous and heart-warming contemporary women’s fiction, embracing life, love, and magical new beginnings. I have also started a young adult series which is slightly supernatural and revolves around five sisters, each with aspects of psychic ability.

Three words to describe me:  Determined. Creative. Competitive.

It’s a bit daggy but I love: Playing board games. My favourites are Scrabble, and Absolute Balderdash – it’s a hoot! And a great game for writers because you have to make up plots.

My first job was:  Avon lady (ding, dong!).

My day job is:  A variety of things. Up until a couple of years ago I was running a health clinic (I’m a naturopath), but now I’m at home with my son supervising his distance education high schooling (which is a full-time job in itself!), but I like to keep busy, not to mention earn some income so we can eat, so I also run an internet business that supports women who suffer with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome/PCOS, which is based around a book I self published on the topic.

Three things people might not know about me are:

1. I used to be a contemporary dance teacher.

2. I almost became a doctor.

3. I’ve never been out of Australia.

Favourite book as a child: The Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton.

 Why I write: 
Because I simply have to or I’ll go mad!

If you would like to learn more about Juliet and her writing, go to her website

RWA members can take a bite. Contact Kerri Williams to schedule your Blog Bite feature on

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  1. Everytime I learn more about you I think ‘what an amazing person’. Now… Absolute Balderdash sounds like some of my earlier novels !!!!!

  2. Thanks so much Jenn, that is lovely of you to say 🙂

    LOL to the balderdash!

  3. i remember balderdash on the commador 64 lol now that’s showing my age. Board games are awesome. I love Cranium, celebrity head and we just discovered Monopoly Cards. Yep, cards and its easier, shorter and way more fun. Thanks Juliet

  4. So relate to why you write! AND the board games. This was a very-eye-opening interview. I learnt a lot 🙂

  5. Glad I’m not the only board game nerd around 😉 Kerri, Cranium is awesome – especially when you have to get up and dance, and we have monopoly cards but have never played it.
    Rach, I reckon we’d all become very ‘irritable’ if deprived of writing, it’s such a great creative outlet for making sense of life!

  6. Carmen

     /  June 3, 2012

    HI Juliet,
    Thanks for sharing a little of yourself. I’ve been enjoying your Author Spotlights. All the best with your writing.

  7. Hi Juliet, I love Monopoly and Pictionary, great learning more about you & looking foward to catching up at the conference.


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