Award-winning journalist Nadine Williams forged an impressive career over her twenty years at Adelaide’s The Advertiser focusing on social issues, women’s issues and relationships. She was a features columnist for the paper and its celebrity columnist for some years when her ‘PS’ and ‘Life Etc.’ columns were widely read. Nadine was editor of the supplement Looking Forward, and chief reporter of Boomer magazine for readers over fifty years of age. Among many local awards, she was awarded the Centenary Medal and in 2016 was awarded an OAM for service to the print media in South Australia. Nadine lives in the Mitcham Hills of Adelaide and is the mother of three adult children and has five grandchildren. Her first book, From France With Love, published in 2007, was a best-selling memoir and Farewell My French Love is a much-anticipated sequel.