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FORTHCOMING EVENTS  
Upcoming events for The Vine Bleeds author, J.M. Yates.

Based on a true story, set in Melbourne, this book spans fifty years from the 1940s to the end of the 20th century. The trauma of domestic violence, experienced during Jenny and David's childhood impacts the life choices both siblings make. Inspired by true events, it illustrates what happens is not as important as what we do about it.

My 80 year old mother in law just read this amazing book. For an “oldie” who usually falls asleep reading, her words “I just couldnt put The Vine Bleeds down”. She was gripped by Jennys story and the cruelty inflicted by her father. She was so impressed with how Jenny went on to pursue her dreams and make a great life filled with love for her husband and daughters.

August 22   Speaker at Kojonup Rotary WA.
August 23 Speaker at Kojonup Library WA.
August 30   Speaker at Fremantle Rotary WA.
September 12   Speaker at Chelsea Probus.
October 2      Speaker Manningham Rotary.
October 26     Speaker at EDVOS (Eastern Domestic Violence Outreach Service) AGM .
November 25    Speaker at Bayside Libraries for White Ribbon Day.

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The Vine Bleeds

August 2017

Upcoming appearances for Sara Dowse, author of As the Lonely Fly.

August 27 As part of the Sydney Jewish Writers Festival, Sara will be a member on the ‘Stories I had to Tell’ panel.
Please CLICK HERE for details.
As the Lonely Fly

August - September 2017

Upcoming appearances for Eloise Emmett, author of the Gourmand Award-Winning Seafood Everyday Cookbook.

Saturday 26 August Dinner at Bruny Island Premium Wines – Lunawanna Bruny Island.
Eloise will be cooking dishes from her forthcoming book The Tasmanian Pantry Cookbook and recipes from Seafood Everyday in a relaxed and fun shared platter style dinner.
Saturday 23 September Dinner at Bangor Shed- Dunalley
Saturday 7 October SAVE THE DATE - The Long Picnic at Port Arthur Historic site
Saturday 20 October In conjunction with Meat your Beef Farm Tours King Island.
The Tasmanian Pantry Cookbook Dinner at The Boat Shed King Island
December SAVE THE DATE -THE TASMANIAN PANTRY BOOK LAUNCH

Please CLICK HERE to visit Eloise's website for all details.
Seafood Everyday

The Tasmanian Pantry book

Sunday 20 August 2017

Flame Tip
author Karenlee Thompson will be conducting a chat session at New Leaves Woodend with Eliza Henry-Jones as they promote their recently released books.

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Flame Tip
also available as an eBook

Saturday 26 August 2017

Meet Justin Sheedy at Dymocks Macquarie.

Since Justin Sheedy's latest release became a Number 1 Best-Seller at Dymocks Sydney, invitations to book-signings across Sydney have flooded in. Bringing to vivid life true Australian war history and events, No Greater Love is a saga of the drama, beauty, heroism and horror of a young Australian Spitfire pilot’s war journey through stunning Malta, Egypt and North Africa, Sicily, England and Europe. It is a salute to the hero girls the war places on his path, a portrait of the tragic, wholesale waste of war, on occasion even the profound humanity of his enemy.

10:00am - 5:00pm at Dymocks Macquarie Centre, North Ryde NSW. Please CLICK HERE for details.
No Greater Love
also available as an eBook

5 August - 7 September 2017

Caroline Bouquet, author of Australia Elements and Mapping Sydney a sketchbook, will be exhibiting at the Alliance Française de Melbourne in St Kilda between 5 August and 7 September.

In Australia, the elements dominate our senses. Fire, Earth, Wind, and Water - they bring awe, silence, fear, contemplation, beauty, all at once. French artist Caroline Bouquet has managed to capture this identity of Australia through her exquisite illustrations and through her bilingual book entitled Australia Elements. This exhibition combines the original illustrations that appear in this book, as well as a number of her other drawings of Australian landscapes and Melbourne scenery.

Please CLICK HERE for details.

Australia Elements

Mapping Sydney a sketchbook

Friday 1 - Sunday 3 September 2017

Melbourne Writers Festival

Kyo Maclear, author of Virginia Wolf, will be appearing. Kyo is an acclaimed essayist, novelist and children’s author. She was born in England to a Japanese mother and British father and moved to Canada at the age of four. She is the author of the memoir Birds Art Life Death and numerous beloved books for children, including Virginia Wolf and The Fog. Her works have been translated into 12 languages and published in more than 20 countries. Maclear lives in Toronto where she shares a home with two sons, two cats, and a singer.

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Karen Andrews, author of forthcoming title Trust the Process 101 Tips on Writing and Creativity, will be appearing at two events, including one that celebrates small presses.

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Virginia Wolf, Kyo Maclear

Trust the Process

Friday 8 - Sunday 10 September 2017

Kyo Maclear, author of Virginia Wolf, will be appearing at the Brisbane Writers Festival.

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Virginia Wolf, Kyo Maclear

Sunday 15 October 2017

The Forensic Nutrition Workshop - Special Event with Author & Practitioner Fiona Tuck at Nature Care College, St Leonards, NSW.

The Forensic Nutritionist
book is perfect for anyone wanting to take better care of their health and those looking to use food as a means of preventive medicine. It is also a wonderful clinical education resource for natural therapists.

Please CLICK HERE for details.
The Forensic Nutritionalist

Wednesday 18 October 2017

Launch of Karen Andrew's new book Trust the Process 101 Tips on Writing and Creativity

At Readings Carlton.

Further details to follow.
Trust the Process
 
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