Brooke Davis grew up in Bellbrae, Victoria, and attempted to write her first novel when she was ten years old. It was a genre-busting foray into the inner-workings of a teenage girl’s mind, titled Summer Sadness. Fortunately, it remains unfinished, as she quickly realised she didn’t know the first thing about sadness, or being a teenager. Lost and Found is her first proper novel.
Once she left those teenage years behind, she completed an honours degree in writing at the University of Canberra, and, recently, finished her PhD in the same field at Curtin University in Perth.
She loves to sell other people’s books, and is sometimes allowed to do that at two very nice bookshops: one in Perth and one in Torquay.