Jo Thornely has been writing opinion pieces, articles and recaps for over ten years, featuring in and on Marie Claire, news.com.au, Yahoo7, The Women's Weekly, King's Tribune, The Punch and Madison, plus voice-over scripts for television and digital projects, pieces for Women Of Letters, Confession Booth and Erotic Fan Fiction, and co-writing Charlotte Dawson's Air Kiss and Tell: Memoirs of a Blow-Up Doll. She is obsessed with cults.
prose where every sentence is alive with individuality and intelligence. ... She has opened the creaking lid of the vampire's coffin and let in a good old blast of fresh daylight. - Weekend Australian Written with a wonderfully irreverent sense of humour, the book has a serious aim, to instill irreverence in the reader, because, after all, an excess of reverence was what got many of these cult members into danger in the first place and then kept them there. - Daily Telegraph 'freakily entertaining' - The Clothesline