He has written more than forty gardening books and four memoirs: Au Revoir (2001), Toulouse’s Last Tango (2003), Long Hot Summer (2005) and Sweet Surrender (2010).
In 2007, she also appeared as a member of the group on the chat show The Catch-Up on the Nine Network.
Moody lives in the village of Yetholme near Bathurst, where she runs the gardens open on weekends and continues to write among the best Himalayan plant and culture walks and food walks in France.
She also owns a French house in the town of Frayssinet-le-Gelat, and her experience there prompted her to write her first memoir, Au Revoir (2001).
Moody also wrote three memoirs “Last Tango in Toulouse” (2003), “Long Hot Summer” (2005) and “Sweet Surrender” (2010), telling about her life, family and her travels. And lunch with Mrs. Murat (2005)). It was made into a documentary of the same name on SBS TV.