Monthly Archives: March 2019

Creative Writing Workshops

Searching for creative writing inspiration? Look no further. Back after last year’s sell-out workshops, bestselling author of The Palace of Tears and The Opal Dragonfly, Julian Leatherdale, joins us at Springwood Library for an all-day session on ‘Getting Started: Inspiration, Capturing … Continue reading

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What Library Staff are Reading – March

A Keeper by Graham Norton – A fantastic novel set in Ireland. This novel has everything –  intriguing plot, fascinating characters, moody setting, clever use of language. Highly recommended. 5 stars Any Ordinary Day by Leigh Sales – ABC Journalist … Continue reading

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Librarians’ Choice – March

  1. The Rip by Mark Brandi ‘It’s funny how quick it happens and without you really noticing. Anton said once that it’s like walking out into the sea, and you think everything’s fine and the water’s warm, but when you … Continue reading

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2019 Stella Prize Shortlist

Congratulations to all of the Stella Prize shortlisted authors. The Stella Prize is presented for the best work of fiction or nonfiction by an Australian woman published in the previous calendar year.With $50,000 prize money on the line, there is … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Books of the Month – March

Best Read: And so it Begins by Rachel Abbott Who will believe your story if the only witness is dead? Cleo knows she should be happy for her brother Mark. He’s managed to find someone new after the sudden death … Continue reading

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Alison’s Picks – March

  The Lost Man by Jane Harper In her third novel, Jane Harper takes us to cattle country in outback Queensland. Cameron Bright is found dead at an old landmark, a stockman’s grave. The circumstances may be suspicious – or … Continue reading

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