WILD WEST WOMEN WRITERS BOOK TOUR
I’m so excited to be gallivanting around with fabulous Australian authors Alissa Callen and Kelly Rimmer on book tour this year. Here’s the blurb and buzz on who we are and what we’ll be chatting about as we make our way around the state…
Three popular writers from the Central West of New South Wales take to the road to chat about their new novels – and share the secrets of their writing success.
Kelly Rimmer is an internationally bestselling author of gripping women’s fiction, with novels translated into more than 20 languages. Kelly hails from Orange and her new novel, The Things We Cannot Say, is a story of war, sacrifice, uncovering truths of the past, and the present.
Alissa Callen is an internationally bestselling author of rural fiction, woven along secrets and romance, from the red dirt roads of home to far-off cowboy ranches. Alissa hails from Dubbo and her new novel, The Round Yard, is a heartfelt tale of discovering where you really belong.
Kim Kelly is an acclaimed author of Australian historical fiction, stories of ordinary people enduring extraordinary times, told with lyrical charm. Kim hails from Millthorpe and her new novella, Sunshine, is a tale of returned soldiers finding new lives out the back of Bourke – literally.
When Australians think literary talent, they don’t immediately think beyond the sandstone curtain of the Great Divide, but these three wild west women writers have been quietly carving out successful careers, and delighting readers from all over the world. Kelly, Alissa and Kim each write very different stories but share a dedicated passion for telling them. Come and be inspired by their tales tall and true!
Cronulla Library, Monday 11 March, 6.30 pm
Hills Shire Library, Tuesday 12 March, 6.30 pm
Narromine Library, Tuesday 26 March, 11 am
Dubbo Library, Tuesday 26 March, 3 pm
Orange Library, Wednesday 27 March, 5.30 pm
Forbes Library, Thursday 28 March, 2pm
Mudgee, fireside night at The Cellar by Gilbert, Wednesday 19 June
Parkes Library, Thursday 19 September, 5.30 pm
And more dates to come – yeeha!