comedy, chick lit
Kathryn has been working as a secondary school teacher for 12 years in both Victoria and Tasmania. She has a degree in Psychology and Criminology from the University of Melbourne, as well as a Bachelor of Teaching (Honours) degree. She is currently studying a Masters degree in Literacy. She was inspired to write this story partly due to an assignment she was given for her degree and partly due to a deep-seated love of Tasmania instilled in her during her time there.
Books by Kathryn D'Elia
The Way She Came to Be
Chelsea Harten has just given birth to a baby girl, Katalina Jane. While excited, Chelsea is unsure how the baby will fit in to her life - especially with her oldest friend, Charlie Seddon, the brother of her baby's father. This is unique narrative unfolds in reverse from the birth of Katalina to the circumstances surrounding her conception.
Emily McAllister has moved to the Apple Isle to take up a teaching job and finds a little more than she bargained for – fiendish new friends, sex-crazed students and an impending alcohol problem – while avoiding a mother who can’t understand why she’s not married and a cheating ex-boyfriend. How is she supposed to find time for work in this chaos?