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Join Glenelg Libraries as we welcome author Alison Reynolds to discuss her debut adult novel, The Near Daphne Experience, a comedy of letters like no other. Alison will chat about her new novel and share her journey from children’s author to adult fiction writer.
Meet Daphne Buckley, a psychiatrist in search of a great love. He hasn't turned up yet. But surely, he will. He could be any one of the respondents to her old-fashioned 'looking for love' classified. He could be one of the men her overbearing mother tries to set her up with, or even someone she already knows. It doesn't matter.
Daphne is determined and brainy and prepared to bend all the rules. With old school friend Celeste by her side, love is likely just around the corner. Whether Daphne deserves it is another question. And with a psychopath and serial killer lurking, how far she'll go to get it is the biggest question of all.
Alison Reynolds is a Melbourne-based author with family ties to the Western District. After a successful career writing more than eighty children's books, she has now written her debut adult novel.
Wednesday 29 November
11am – 12pm
FREE event, light refreshments provided
Bookings preferred, phone 5554 2444 or send us a message
Casterton Library, 67 Henty Street, Casterton, 3310, View Map
67 Henty Street ,