Amanda Hickie has written an extraordinary book. In An Ordinary Epidemic she layers ethical dilemma upon ethical dilemma as she pushes her characters deeper into a highly contagious and deadly disease epidemic in contemporary Sydney.
It’s topical, timely and terrifying.
Join me and the MidnightSun Publishing team as we launch Amanda Hickie’s fabulous novel on Friday 8th May, 6.30pm at the South Australian Writer’s Centre, Second Floor, 187 Rundle St, Adelaide.
There will be excellent wine, nibbles and lots of lovely bookish company. There might even be dancing!
“A bravely told story of one woman’s courage despite terrible odds.” Nancy Freund, author of Rapeseed.
Please RSVP to Anna Solding 0400 047 426 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m really excited to be part of this wonderful series of workshops put on by the City of Charles Sturt Library.
From 19th April to 10th May Sunday afternoons at the West Lakes Library will be set aside for all things writerly!
It’s all free, so why not come along?
Please make sure you book.
Next week the exquisite Breaking Beauty can be yours to treasure.
From the gorgeous Annabel Evitts’ ‘Roses for Lungs’, a piece of prose so exquisite that it feels like poetry.
This is one of my favourite quotes from Breaking Beauty. I hope you like it too. It’s from Melanie Kinsman’s divine, heartbreaking story ‘A Paper Woman’.
If you haven’t already, please RSVP to Anna for the launch on the 7th November. We are nearly at capacity.
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This quote is from the intriguing story, ‘The Beholders’ by Sean Williams.
The countdown to the launch of Breaking Beauty has begun! To give you a taste of the beautiful stories to come, we have created a small sample per week to be posted on our Facebook page until the big day on Friday 7 November.
Don’t forget to book your spot at the Adelaide party: firstname.lastname@example.org