A panel of Sunshine Coast authors will be debating a variety of topics at a branch near you.
Covering various topics that may affect the stories of tomorrow you are invited to join the discussion. Open to public opinion come and hear what the authors think and see if you agree.
Further discussion may occur as you enjoy refreshments with the authors.
Our Stories, Our Passion
Free, bookings required.
Thursday 4 July, 6.30 pm
How much creative drive is required in the form of PASSION to complete and market a book?
Thursday 19 September, 10.00 am
Which is the most important, the story or the writing?
Thursday 29 August, 6.00 pm
Are true life stories less believable than fiction?
More about the authors:
Foreign correspondent turned folk singer Ange Takats has lived a life less ordinary. She has been chased by a tiger, interviewed Aung San Suu Kyi, cuddled prison babies and has a chapter for every tale in her debut travel memoir ‘The Buffalo Funeral’.
Mary-Lou Stephens worked and played all over Australia before she got a proper job – in radio. Wickedly humorous and beautifully told, Sex, Drugs and Meditation is Eat Pray Love meets Judith Lucy. "“Bracingly honest, funny and rewarding, this is a book you can’t put down.” The Sydney Morning Herald.
Rita Lee Chapman
"It was only when I retired to the Sunshine Coast that I wrote my first book, a romantic travel mystery based on a holiday in Egypt."
S. Sëan Tretheway
Born in California, Sean sailed from Los Angeles to Tahiti in his early twenties in a boat he built with his sister and brother-in-law. In 1983, he found Noosa and realized that his childhood hobby as magician could earn him a fulltime living. He has produced and presented on Noosa Community Radio and written two books. Sean currently presents a weekly Podcast (The Ben and Sean Show) and is working on two more books.
"Especially designed to help you cope through those first weeks of puppy mayhem. You will need help and help is at hand with this book!"
Suzanna Fisher (nom de plume Suzambia)
Author of Ninety Daze in Lusaka. Suzanna Fisher was born in Zambia, studied in London, lived in New Zealand, the US and now lives in Australia. Her interesting life included working as an actress, a journalist, on radio and writing her own sound feature "Bunyip Whispers in the Dreamtime." Suzanna then wrote her first story, Ninety Daze in Lusaka, based on her own time in Lusaka.
01 Jul 2013 - Local Authors Debate Creative Drive and Passion
Caloundra Library, Caloundra
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