Feel the love at our author panel with SA Romance Writers

DSC_0347Do you enjoy sitting curled up in your chair on a Winter’s evening keeping warm and reading a good romance novel?

Well, what about 5 living, talking novels (or novelists to be exact)?

Come along and listen to our author panel on Monday 7 July from 6.30 – 7.30pm in the Relaxed Reading Area at the Library. It will the first day of the Library’s ‘Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill me!’ themed Reader’s Festival. Yes, you can relax in your chair in the warmth and also have something nice to eat.

The Panel will be feature authors Carla Caruso, Eleni Konstantine, Maggie Mundy, Heather Taylor Johnson and special guest MC Bronwyn Stuart as they talk about writing across the genre with a South Aussie flavour.

What makes these writers a bit different is that they all write romance with a twist, that is, in different settings, styles and theme. So you might be somebody who loves reading supernatural, horror or historical themed books but also enjoys a little romance as part of the story.

You can book online or contact us by telephone on 8397 7333.

Readers’ Festival author panel 7 July


SA author Carla Caruso

Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me! The first day of our Readers Festival will feature a special author panel at 6.30pm on Monday July 7. Come see romance, thriller and speculative fiction writers Carla Caruso, Eleni Konstantine, Maggie Mundy and Heather Taylor Johnson as they talk about writing in the genre with a South Aussie flavour.

Put the week aside in your diary and keep an eye on our website for more details coming soon!

Passion Play with Valerie Volk

pp_frontSouth Aussie author Valerie Volk will be talking life, writing and her latest book Passion Play at a special author event at the Library on Wednesday June 4.

Originally know for publishing quality poetry, Valerie in recent years has become an acclaimed fiction author, culminating in her most recent work, Passion Play.

Passion Play is a tale which centres on a group of a very different people, who are drawn together for diverse reasons while travelling to a small German village that has staged a Passion Play every tenth year since the 17th century. Along the way they reveal to us with painful honesty their own lives and motives.

Copies of Valerie’s book will be available for purchase and signing. A wine and cheese supper will be served.  Check our news and events page for event and booking details.