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Onslow - Meet bestselling author Rachael Johns

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Event Date and Time:
Tuesday 21st November, 2017 @ 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Meet international bestselling author Rachael Johns at a sundowner at Onslow Library as she launches her latest book, The Greatest Gift. The novel tells the story of one woman who wants nothing more than to be a mum and another who never wanted to be one.

It will be held on Tuesday 21 November at 6.30pm.

RSVP to the library on: (08) 9184 9311

About Rachael Johns

Rachael Johns, an English teacher by trade and a mum 24/7, is the bestselling ABIA winning author of The Patterson Girls and a number of other romance and women's fiction books. She is currently Australia's leading writer of contemporary relationship stories around women's issues, a genre she has coined 'life-lit'. Rachael lives in the Perth hills with her hyperactive husband, three mostly-gorgeous heroes-in-training and a very badly behaved dog. She rarely sleeps and never irons.

Find out more about Rachael on her website and Facebook page.

This event is supported by writingWA and the State Library of Western Australia.

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Website:
http://www.ashburton.wa.gov.au/services/libraries/onslow

Event Details

Date:
21st November 2017 to 21st November 2017

Time:
18:30 to 19:30

Venue:
Onslow Library
currently located at the MPC building, corner of Hooley & McGrath Ave.

Cost:
Free but RSVP

Contact Details

Organisation:
Onslow Library

Phone Number:
(08) 9184 9311

Email Address:
onslib@ashburton.wa.gov.au

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