Marjory McGinn was born in Scotland, and later moved to Australia where worked as a newspaper journalist on some of the country's leading publications. Now based back in Britain, her feature stories have appeared in The Times, The Daily Mail, The Telegraph, Scotland's The Herald, and also the Sydney Morning Herald and Sun-Herald.
With a life-long passion for Greece, she set off in 2010, with her partner and their Jack Russell dog, Wallace, for an adventure in the wild Mani region of the southern Peloponnese. The adventure lasted four years, during the economic crisis and became the basis for her three memoirs, Things Can Only Get Feta, Homer's Where the Heart Is and A Scorpion In The Lemon Tree, all of which are best-sellers in Greek travel and Essays and Travelogues on Amazon.
She is currently writing a novel set in southern Greece.
She also writes a blog with a Greek theme on her website www.bigfatgreekodyssey.com/blog
and you can follow her on Facebook www.facebook.com/ThingsCanOnlyGetFeta
and on Twitter www.twitter.com/fatgreekodyssey