Library and Information Week 2014 gets off to a great start when Penshurst Library welcomes guest author Pamela Cook. Pamela will give us a glimpse into the creative writing process and into her own journey from aspiring writer to successful published author of rural fiction. Her books Blackwattle Lake and the recently published Essie’s Way are popular, contemporary stories in an Australian rural setting or in Pamela’s own words,  “Australian fiction with a country heart“. 
This morning will appeal to both keen readers of Australian fiction and to would-be writers looking for inspiration. Find out more about Pamela at her website 

Penshurst Branch Library
Monday 19 May, 2014 @ 11am
630 Forest Rd, Penshurst
Booking essential: 9330 6422 or online
Books available for sale and signing.
 

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