Alexandria Blaelock writes stories, some of them for Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine and Pulphouse Fiction Magazine. She’s also written four self-help books applying business techniques to personal matters like getting dressed, cleaning house, and feeding your friends.
As a recovering Project Manager, she’s probably too fond of sticking to plan. She lives in a forest because she enjoys birdsong, the scent of gum leaves and the sun on her face. When not telecommuting to parallel universes from her Melbourne based imagination, she watches K-dramas, talks to animals, and drinks Campari. At the same time.
Five Fun Facts about Alexandria!
- When she was about eight years old, Alexandria spent a lovely sunny afternoon in an apricot tree eating sun-warmed fruit straight from the branch. And was very ill the next day. Hasn’t eaten them since. Can’t stand the smell of them.
- She took a cruise on the original Love Boat (Sun Princess), but decades after the show finished and she was Festival Cruises Flamenco.
- Alexandria sang First Tenor in her secondary school’s Choir and Barber Shop Quartet.
- She is a dog magnet. Wherever she goes, dogs come to check her out. Stray dogs have approached her in London, San Francisco, Geneva, Pompeii, Rotorua and across Australia (amongst others).
- Her hair started going white in her early teens; she had Lily Munster streaks and thought she looked cool.
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