Juliet Domvile grew up on a tiny, isolated island off the east coast of Vancouver Island.
Her childhood was spent in a world where books, a couple of corgis, and a pet sheep were her constant companions.
Her career ranges wildly from counting nudists on a public beach, grooming racehorses, freelance writing articles on topics with which she had no experience, to ghostwriting nonfiction books, one of which is a national bestseller. Juliet left ghostwriting in 2020 to write The Goodbye Girls.
In 2023, The Goodbye Girls won the American Fiction Award for “Humour/Comedy/Satire.”
Juliet is a proud and supportive member of The Writers’ Union of Canada.