Prue was born in Australia and studied history and politics at the University of Tasmania. She has worked as a hotel cleaner, a cosmetician in a major department store, and a bookseller. But most properly she has been a journalist/researcher for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation where she met her husband, also a journalist and subsequently a media executive, now a communications consultant and farmer.
She spent almost ten years as a state coordinator for the cancer therapy program Look Good Feel Better and time as walker for Riding for the Disabled and for the local Dogs' Home.
Prue writes historical fantasy for which A Thousand Glass Flowers (Book Three of the quartet, The Chronicles of Eirie) received a silver medallion in the 2012 Readers' Favorite Book Awards in the USA. She also writes historical fiction, for which Gisborne: Book of Pawns received an Honourable Mention in the 2012 Golden Claddagh Writing Contest (USA), a 2013 Rone Award (USA) and a 2014 Indie Book Readers' Appreciation Group's gold medallion (USA).
Her historical fiction titles include The Gisborne Trilogy and Tobias, the first in an historical fiction trilogy called The Triptych Chronicle and which escalated to Top 100 with Amazon.co.uk (Biographical Fiction) within a day of being released. She is currently writing Guillaume, the second novel in The Tritpych Chronicle and contributed to an anthology Historical Tales, which was published in the UK and which raises money for cancer research. She has also completed two fantasy short stories which have been released on Amazon.
She also writes short stories for a miniature press in the USA, bopressminiaturebooks.com, which create and bind bespoke books for collectors.
The Huffington Post has done stories on her work and she has been interviewed a number of times by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.