Friday 13 July 2012
Taree Library will host best selling authors Dianne Blacklock, Ber Carroll and Lianne Moriarty for a Trio of Tales, Tuesday 7 August 6.00pm – 7.30pm, in what is sure to be an entertaining evening.
Dianne Blacklock is the author of eight books including her latest novel The Secret Ingredient, named Pick of the Week in The Age, 14 January. In this beautiful novel, Dianne Blacklock takes the reader on a sumptuous journey of the heart as Andie uncovers the secret ingredient for her new life, and shows that no matter how many false starts you may have, if you hold on to your passion and your dreams, anything is possible.
Ber Carroll is an Irish-Australian author. She has written five books that are about modern day women, their relationships, family dynamics, ambitions and conflicts. Her latest novel Less Than Perfect is an emotionally gripping story about love, forgiveness and less than perfect families.
Liane Moriarty has written four best-selling novels. They’re often funny, sometimes sad, stories about families and relationships and the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. Her latest novel The Hypnotist’s Love Story is about Ellen, a hypnotherapist, who begins a relationship with a single father who is being stalked by his ex-girlfriend Saskia. It’s a contemporary story about the murky areas between right and wrong, and the lines we'll cross for love.
“We are excited to host Dianne, Ber and Lianne, who are undertaking a larger tour of libraries and bookstores across the NSW coast, sharing with readers and book lovers stories from their careers as best-selling authors” said Danielle Old, Greater Taree City Libraries Events Coordinator. “Not only will attendees hear from three accomplished authors but will also be treated to a selection of food and wine from local producers” said Danielle.
To attend Trio of Tales at Taree Library on Tuesday 7 August 6.00pm – 7.30pm bookings can be made by visiting your library, by phone 6592 5290 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is $8 per person. Books will be for sale at the event.
Contact Danielle Old on 6592 5290 for more information