Deborah Rodriguez live online
Meet bestselling author Deborah Rodriguez live online in conversation with Prue Fogarty on 4 March at 1 pm, 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 your free ticket via Eventbrite to receive the link to the online Zoom event. (Bookings essential to receive your Zoom invitation.)
Note, multiple people can use a single ticket to view the event on a shared device.
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. You will have the opportunity to ask questions throughout the seminar.
If this is your first time on Zoom, visit Zoom to get started or contact the library.
Buy the book
Signed copies of The Moroccan Daughter are available for purchase at 20% discount online through Booktopia, or ask at your local bookshop.
More great author events
This is the eleventh event in a series of online author conversations presented by NSW Public Libraries Association. Sign up for our e-newsletter or follow us on social media for more information on upcoming events.
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.