Karen Herbert
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Karen Herbert

Karen Herbert spent her childhood in Geraldton on the midwest coast of Australia, attending local schools before moving to Perth to study at the University of Western Australia where she attained a Bachelor of Commerce with First Class Honours. She also holds a Master of Science in Applied Psychology. Karen has worked in aged care, disability services, higher education, Indigenous land management, social housing and the public sector, and is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She is a Board Member of The Intelife Group, a Board Observer at Advocare, and President of the Fellowship of Australian Writers (WA). Karen lives in Perth, Western Australia with her husband, Ross, and the occasional fledgling.

Books by Karen Herbert

Karen Herbert Articles

Podcast: Karen Herbert on How Redundancy Lead Her to Writing The River Mouth

Podcast

21 October 2021

Podcast: Karen Herbert on How Redundancy Lead Her to Writing The River Mouth

    Q&A with Karen Herbert, Author of The River Mouth

    Review | Author Related

    6 October 2021

    Q&A with Karen Herbert, Author of The River Mouth

      A Haunting Small-Town Mystery: Read an Extract from The River Mouth by Karen Herbert

      Review | Extract

      29 September 2021

      A Haunting Small-Town Mystery: Read an Extract from The River Mouth by Karen Herbert

        Live Book Event: Karen Herbert, Author of The River Mouth

        News | Events & Festivals

        28 September 2021

        Live Book Event: Karen Herbert, Author of The River Mouth

          A Gripping Australian Crime Debut: Read Our Review of The River Mouth by Karen Herbert

          Review | Our Review

          27 September 2021

          A Gripping Australian Crime Debut: Read Our Review of The River Mouth by Karen Herbert

            Your Preview Verdict: The River Mouth by Karen Herbert

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            7 September 2021

            Your Preview Verdict: The River Mouth by Karen Herbert