Prolific Australian-born-musician-turned author Fiona Horne has signed a new book deal that will see the release of two new titles, including an autobiography in 2017.
The singer for Sydney electro-rock outfit Def FX – who rose to fame in the mid-‘90s – has secured a deal with RockPool Publishing to produce the new works, following on from a string of other books over the year focusing on witchcraft; the last of which was released almost 10 years ago.
Now based in LA, the radio and TV personality says the working title of the her autobiography is 50 Does Not Suck, while “the second… well it’s a surprise.”
“I'm excited to be joining forces with stellar publishers, RockPool Publishing. Here's to a long and fun relationship!” Horne said.
Horne’s last audio release, Magickal Life-Guided Meditations And Spells For Positive Change - Mystic Monkey, dropped in 2010.