SA author Claire Laishley will be visiting the Library this Tuesday morning to talk life, writing and the inspiration for some of her work. Writing from the heart, Claire’s books describe personal battles with illness, travelling Australia, and reflect upon the life she’s lived. Come along for an inspiring morning. Copies of Claire’s books will be for sale.
More details and booking info can be found on our website.
Margaret Bolton launches Not Another Nun Story
Local author Margaret Bolton launched her debut book, Not Another Nun Story with a record start to the new year program of events. 90 people came along ,which for a local author, launching their debut book, is a remarkable turnout! Even the publisher sold out of their available stock for the night as well. Margaret’s book describes her late teens and early twenties as a nun and how convent life is challenging for an adolescent. The Library has a copy you can check out, or you can buy a copy from Ginninderra Press.
For our police, a day at work can be treading a fine line between success and destruction. Local author and former police officer, Ray Clift, is launching his new book “It’s a Fine Line”, a collection of anecdotes from his crime fighting career, working with those survivors with scars and angels with dirty faces.
Ranging from humour to tense and dangerous situations, “It’s a Fine Line” is an insight into the work of the brave men and women that protect our community.
Ray’s previous work is “The Journey of Hamlin Baylis Wells“, and both titles are published by Ginninderra Press.
Ray Clift at the launch of his last book, with Symon from the CTTG Library programs team
“It’s a Fine Line” will be launched at the Library’s Relaxed Reading Area on Wednesday 4 November from 6.30pm. Wine and cheese supper will be served, and Ray will have copies of his book for sale and signing.
Bookings are essential, phone 8397 7333 or ask at the Library.
Author of Lupus Intus – The Wolf Within, Suzanne Ferschl has an amazingly positive outlook on life especially given the obstacles and hardships she has faced. She has experienced an unnaturally high number of obstacles blocking her life’s path including Lupus, kidney failure, dialysis and transplantation, IVF, cancer scares, depression, addiction, amputation and more. Based on 25 years worth of diaries, Suzanne wrote the book Lupus intus – The Wolf Within and will talk positively of her inspirational story of strength, resilience and survival of her extraordinary life and how she has overcome these obstacles at a special event at the Library on September 23rd. Further info is available on the website, so don’t miss this emotive and eye opening event!
Local poet Jill Wherry is set to entertain on Friday the 27th of February! Reciting some of the humourous verse from her recently published collection of poems in ‘Definitely not Shakespeare’, Jill looks to amuse and delight the audience with her wicked sense of humour.
Check the website for event details, and the library has a copy of Definitely not Shakespeare available for loan.