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Marjory McGinn was born in Perth, Scotland and moved to Australia as a child, which later fuelled a passion for travel and writing. She became a journalist and wrote features for a popular Sunday newspaper in Sydney. Her most memorable interview was with famous Aussie cricketer Shane Warne who threw bread rolls across a restaurant to illustrate his amazing spin-bowling techniques, and brought the place to a standstill.
Returning to Scotland in 2000, she worked as a freelancer and stories have appeared in newspapers including The Times, The Daily Mail and Scotland's The Herald. In 2010, Marjory set off for Greece with her partner and famously crazy dog, Wallace, for an adventure in the southern Peloponnese. It lasted three years, during the economic crisis, and was the basis for Things Can Only Get Feta. Marjory's adventures are also charted on her blog http://www.bigfatgreekodyssey.com/blog And for book news: