Holly Ringland

Holly Ringland
Mara Luccia

Holly Ringland is a writer, storyteller, and television presenter.

Her award-winning, internationally bestselling debut novel, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart, has been published in 30 countries/territories and will stream globally in 2023 as a seven-part series on Amazon Prime, starring Sigourney Weaver.

The Seven Skins of Esther Wilding, Holly’s second novel, was published in October 2022 and became an instant national bestseller in Australia and New Zealand.

It was named as Booktopia’s 2022 Book of the Year, and has been voted by readers into Dymocks’ Top 101 Books, and the Better Reading Top 100 Books for 2023.

The Seven Skins of Esther Wilding will be published in 13 territories globally with further deals to be announced.

Throughout 2020, Holly travelled Australia to film Back To Nature, a visually stunning 8-episode series she co-hosted with Aaron Pedersen. Back To Nature aired to critical acclaim on ABC TV in 2021. All episodes are now streaming on ABC iView.

In May 2019, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart won The Australian Book Industry Award Gen-eral Fiction Book of the Year.

Prior to the pandemic, Holly divided her time between Australia and the UK, where she had Australian native flowers growing in both places. In 2020 she bought a 1968 Olympic Riviera caravan, named ‘Frenchie’, her Plan B writing office based on Yugambeh land, southeast Queensland, in which Holly wrote Esther Wilding’s story.

Holly’s new non-fiction book about creativity, The House That Joy Built, will be published in ANZ in October, 2023. Pre-orders are available now.

Source: Holly Ringland’s oficial site

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