I am a writer living in Adelaide. I love food and travel.
Keen to pursue some knowledge?
Wakefield Press, South Australia's homegrown publisher, is coming to Victor Harbor on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 January 2017. There will be book sales and author talks at the Victor Harbor Library from 10am to 5pm.
The popular 3-for-2 deal will be on offer. You can buy three books for the price of two (the cheapest book is free).
You can also listen to the following authors as they talk about their books.
1. Lydia Laube will be talking about travelling and her latest book 'From Burma to Myanmar' on Thursday at 11am.
From Burma to Myanmar (image from Wakefield Press)
2. Deb Kandelaars will be talking about her current co-authoring of the Victor Harbor story on Thursday at 1pm. She would like to listen to your stories and look at your photos, postcards, souvenirs and memorabilia. She is interested in anything fascinating or captivating about Victor Harbor. You can bring your original photographs or scans and digital files on a USB. You can also email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can't attend.
3. Helen Bennetts will be talking about almond-related stories and recipes from her book 'Willunga Almonds' on Friday at 11am.