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26 Nov 14:30

Join Dewi Anggraeni as she takes you through the historical fictitious endeavors at The Museum of Indonesian Arts while she talks about her book and even signs them in the end for you.

The book ‘My Pain, My Country’ takes you back in May 1998, where a young girl named Nina experiences the heartbreaking attacks targeting the ethnic Chinese in Indonesia. It takes you on a journey where tragedy blends with unspeakable violence and tormenting guilt. Despite of the government best efforts, lives of many people changed dramatically due to Chinese descent.  

The life journey of characters interprets the pain a nation must experience to prove as a multiethnic, multicultural and a diverse society against deeply rooted discrimination.

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Event Address: 
The Museum of Indonesian Arts Inc., 14 Johnson St, St Kilda East, VIC 3183, Australia

27 Nov 18:00

Join author of 'The Endless Autumn' Annabelle Knight and talk with the Creative Writing Society on how to craft a realistic romance, and how to write sizzling erotica. The Endless autumn synopsis: Autumn thought she had everything: a gorgeous stud of a boyfriend, a practical if unexciting PA job at Thorne PR, a savvy best friend, and a soon-to-be earned journalism diploma. But things in her perfectly constructed world shift when Autumn discovers a life shattering secret. Needing to change her life drastically Autumn meets a mysterious and sexy stranger who could be the solution to her probl
ems. Autumn is thrown into a luxurious new world. One that is powered by high flyers, fantasies and carnal desires. How will she escape? Or, does this new world hold the key to her own fulfilment? Annabelle Knight’s debut novel The Endless Autumn is a sizzling, steamy and sexually sinister story of how a girl next door, unwittingly – but perhaps not unwillingly – explores the fringes of desire and release.
Event Address: 
Nottingham University – the Trent Building, University Park Nottingham NG7 2RD

27 Nov 19:00

Join David to talk through his latest book at this event, where you can also get the book signed and ask any questions you may have! Book synopsis: Away from their native Scotland for seventeen years, James and Elizabeth Carsell-Brown have enjoyed their time living in New York, James working in a Wall Street firm and Elizabeth putting her artwork up for sale in a local retailer, including a very special painting of her previous coachman in Scotland who had in fact saved her life many years ago. However, it is 1929 and the economy is taking a turn for the worse.
With life changing events and depression taking hold of many businesses and families, people are becoming desperate and willing to take extreme action. With robberies and murders turning into an almost daily occurrence, James's and Elizabeth's lives become in danger. James has many lucky escapes and it seems that he has a guardian angel saving him from threat at exactly the right time. Sadly, James's luck runs out, leaving Elizabeth bereft and alone in the big city. Elizabeth decides to take a chance, leaving New York to return to her native Scotland, and it seems that she has some unfinished business.
Event Address: 
Motherwell Library, 35 Hamilton Rd, Motherwell ML1 3BZ

29 Nov 11:00

Do you want to enjoy a dash of tragedy and intelligence in a delightful manner? Join George Roberts’s author of ‘From Ten Down to Three’ at the book signing on 29 Nov 2017 where he will discuss the basic idea of his book. 
George loves to write and most enjoyable moment for him is when he gets a new idea in his head and finally makes it on the paper.

The story revolves around a person James and his life tragedies. The presence of tumor caused him to realize that he cannot be a footballer in his whole life. An unexpected encounter happens while saving the life of a young women. The book is full of twists and turns that make James question that whether things are meant to be or it is just a coincidence.   

Event Address: 
Bewdly Library, Dog Lane, Bewdley DY12 2EF

29 Nov 17:30

Author of 'Praying For Strawberries', Gail Simpkins, will be at Dennis Johnson Branch Library on Wednesday 29th November at 5:50pm.

Join Gail for a reading of her book and even get the chance to quiz Gail on 'Praying for Strawberries'. You may even be able to get yourself a signed copy!

Have you ever wondered what an Autism Assistance Dog does? Or about the unique perspective of a person living with autism?
Through his mother's diary, follow nine-year old Lachlan's journey with his new friend "Itsal" the Labrador as they navigate the world together with Lachlan achieving one of his many dreams and goals-learning to surf!

Read about the fantastic improvements Itsal makes to Lachlan's life, and how he strengthens and supports Lachlan and his family.


"Praying for Strawberries is a remarkable story of the daily real life events of a mother, a child and a family whose testimony to the joys and sorrows of a normal family who have been blessed as they travel with each other on a journey where each day unfolds with many surprises not planned for. It is this uncertainty that can be both exhilarating and challenging. The reader will not remain untouched." 
- Trevor R Parmenter AM, Professor Emeritus, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney  

Event Address: 
2 Sentry Dr, Stanhope Gardens NSW 2768, Australia

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