Kerri is an Australian writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications, including the Sydney Morning Herald, Sunday Life magazine, the Telegraph, Maddison, Daily Life, Mamamia.com, the Hoopla, Practical Parenting magazine, Grazia UK, The Sunday Times UK, Bide magazine, and the Australian Jewish News.
Her first book, When My Husband Does The Dishes... (Random House Australia, 2011) is available in all good bookstores, or online here.
Her second book, The Little Book Of Anxiety - Confessions From A Worried Life (Random House, 2012) is also available everywhere, and online here.
Kerri is available as a speaker and for keynote addresses, and appears regularly at writing festivals and blogging conferences. She spends a great deal of time on Twitter, and justifies this by teaching Social Media at the AustralianWriters Centre.
Kerri lives in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney with her son and two daughters, and a lethargic fish called Angel.
In her spare time she enjoys eating Nutella, fantasizing about Simon Baker, drinking caffeine and alcohol with friends, and lying very, very still on the couch.