Beryl Crosher-Segers was born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1955, seven years after the reigning National party imposed the system of apartheid. Through her mixed heritage she was classified as coloured.
Her debut memoir, A Darker Shade of Pale, is a one of a kind and her colour and style of seeing the world is decorated with an unquestionable way that makes it her own.
In addition to her writing, Beryl is the Founder of One World Community Arts Network, a community project celebrating cultural diversity, and is the owner of C Major Events, an entertainment business. Beryl’s background is administration in government. She is also impassioned by fundraising.
Beryl is a highly-regarded community representative. Her awards include the Celebrate African-Australia's Captain's Award for service to the South African Community and A Human Rights Award, from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Beryl is currently writing her second book and resides in Sydney, on the East Coast of Australia, with her husband, daughter, son and grandchildren.
She is available for presentations, workshops, live events, conferences, gatherings, and book signings.