Kate Hilton is the bestselling author of THE HOLE IN THE MIDDLE and JUST LIKE FAMILY. Her forthcoming novel, BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME, will be published in 2020.

Currently, she’s working with Elizabeth Renzetti on Pear-shaped: How to Survive Midlife When It’s All Going South – a humorous guide to the most anxiety-provoking and least-understood stage of every woman’s life.

Before settling on fiction writing, Kate pursued careers in law, university administration, publishing, and major gift fundraising. While she rarely uses her law degree these days, she’s delighted that her English degree has turned out to be so useful. Kate’s non-fiction writing has appeared in The National Post, Canadian Living, and The Huffington Post, on topics ranging from working motherhood to creativity to reinvention. She lives in a blended family – including a husband, two sons, a stepdaughter, and a rescue dog – in Toronto

Kate is represented by Samantha Haywood.