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Published April 1st 2019
Why travel into Brisbane when it’s all happening here
Those of us fortunate enough to reside in the Redlands Coast area enjoy the beauty of both the bush and the bay. We are also spoilt by an increasing number of cultural events, including Author Talks at our local Libraries.
Here's a list of contemporary authors coming to our Libraries during May. All events are FREE though bookings are essential.
And here is a marketing maxim you need to know: the more support we give our libraries with events such as these, the more authors we are likely to see make the effort to come down this way.
Paige Toon grew up in different countries around the world following her father's career as a race car driver. She has eleven novels to her name in the romance genre, three young adult novels (the Jessie Jefferson series) and two e-novellas. Her most recent novel, If You Could Go Anywhere, is a heartbreaking romance about how far you would go for love, as Angie sets off on a journey to find out who she really is.
Paige will be speaking at Cleveland Library, Middle Street, Cleveland, on Wednesday 1st May 6:00 - 7:00pm at Cleveland Library.
Melissa Fagan is a Brisbane lass going back several generations whose mother's family, the McWhirters, once owned the Fortitude Valley department store of the same name. She shares her research and discoveries in writing What Will Be Worn: A McWhirters Story.
Melissa will be presenting at Cleveland Library on Friday 10th May, 10 - 11am.
Award-winning investigative journalist and prized author MatthewCondon will chat about his latest book TheNight Dragon.This book details how a famous cold case, a deadly fire and a quest for justice finally brought down one of Australia's worst killers.
Matthew will be speaking at Victoria Point Library, 7-15 Bunker Road, Victoria Point.