Lucinda lives in Sydney and is a speechwriter. She has been a researcher at ABC Television, an official in the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, speechwriter to former Deputy Prime Minister Kim Beazley, and a communications specialist for a management consulting firm. Her articles and columns have been published in Australian newspapers and magazines. True Pleasures was released in Canada and the USA and Why Manners Matter was also published internationally.
"Living and loving in Paris - what more could a woman want? This enchanting memoir recalls the highs and lows of women through the ages - a splendid read." - Margaret Whitlam "This is a treasure hunt of a book. Lucinda Holdforth's passionate portraits draw us deep into the lives of these supremely feminine characters, and along the way, reacquaints even the most jaded Parisian with this supremely feminine city. For readers, True Pleasures is a an absorbing literary voyage — for Lucinda, we suspect, it’s also one of self-discovery." - Charla Carter - Paris Editor, Vogue AustraliaRead More