Karina Machado is a journalist with 25 years' experience, and the author of the non-fiction series Spirit Sisters, Where Spirits Dwell and Love Never Dies. Karina was born in Uruguay and was 2 when her family moved to Australia, where she grew up hearing stories of her mum's psychic gift, igniting a life-long curiosity about marvel, mysteries and the unseen world. Karina began her career in journalism at TIME magazine in 1994, and is a former senior editor at Who magazine. A podcast celebrating the 10th anniversary of Spirit Sisters, launched in 2019. Karina lives in Sydney with her husband and two children.
'this collection of spooky tales from Australian women about their experiences with the paranormal is really delicious, and very, very hard to put down.' - Sunday Telegraph'The book's appeal lies in Machado's unwavering passion for telling the extraordinary happenings of ordinary people in a gripping yet unsensational manner. Fascinating and thought provoking, Spirit Sisters is an intriguing reminder of a world with which most of us have connected.' - Sun Herald'If you have ever seen a ghost or felt a strange chill in an old house, then don't miss this' - Woman's Day