Kiama Conversation Hour
Online author events
Enjoy an interactive live author experience from the comfort of your own home. Over the next few months Kiama Library, in conjunction with NSW Public Libraries, is presenting a series of free online author events via Zoom. When you sign up to attend you will have the opportunity to ask questions throughout the seminar, but you won’t be seen by the speakers or the other participants, so you can relax in your most comfortable clothes and enjoy your favourite beverage while you watch.
If you're new to Zoom, visit Zoom to get started or contact the library for assistance.
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Deborah Rodriguez live online, Thurs 4 March 2021, 1 pm
Meet bestselling author Deborah Rodriguez live online in conversation with Prue Fogarty, discussing her enchanting new novel The Moroccan Daughter.
From the author of The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul, The Moroccan Daughter is a modern story of forbidden love, secrets and family that takes us from the alleyways of the ancient medina in Fès to a marriage festival in the Atlas Mountains. A perfect read for old and new fans of Deborah Rodriguez.
Book online and we’ll send you a Zoom link to join the meeting. Numbers are limited for this free virtual event and bookings are essential.
Missed it live? Catch up on YouTube. Authors include Monica McInerney, Belinda Alexandra, James Reucassel, Mary Li, James Bradley, Chris Hammer, Lauren Chater, Garth Nix, Andrew Pippos, Julietta Henderson, and General Sir Peter Cosgrove in conversation with Richard Glover.
Kiama Conversation Hour live events
Kiama Conversation Hour is Kiama Library's series of short talks about books and interesting topics, held at the library and other venues around town.
Kiama Conversation Hour events have included dinner with Chris Hammer at the Sebel Harbourside, morning tea at 3 Brothers Dining with historical fiction author Victoria Purman, an evening with Holly Throsby at Crooked River Winery, after-work drinks and canapes with author and comedian Jessica Dettmann, a talk on 'Birds in the Backyard' at the library with Holly Parsons, tea and scones hosted by the Jameroo CWA with rural romance author Tricia Stringer, and more ...
Stay tuned for more exciting events - you never know where we'll pop up next!