Sarah Neofield grew up in regional South Australia before living in Japan for a year. Always fascinated by language, she completed a PhD in applied linguistics in 2010. She has written extensively on the topics of intercultural communication, how we communicate online, and language learning.
At the age of 30, Sarah resigned from her position as a university lecturer to travel, and since has visited over 60 countries. She blogs about the connection between language, money, and social justice at enrichmentality.com, and about reading, writing, and creativity at sarahneofield.com
Sarah’s debut novel, Number Eight Crispy Chicken, follows the misadventures of an immigration minister stranded in a foreign airport. Her most recent release, Propaganda Wars, is the tale of two cousins - a propagandist and an advertiser - who swap lives.
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