Lithgow Library Learning Centre will be participating in an online collaborative author talk, presenting Lauren Chater’s Gulliver’s Wife, facilitated by Meg Kenneally, author of The Wreck.
Lauren Chater is the author of the bestselling historical novel The Lace Weaver and the baking compendium Well Read Cookies: Beautiful biscuits inspired by great literature. She is currently working on her third novel The Winter Dress, inspired by a real 17th century gown found off the Dutch coast in 2014.
Gulliver’s Wife; One woman’s journey to the edge of love and loyalty, is set in London 1702. When Mary Burton Gulliver is informed that her husband is lost at sea, Mary is forced to rebuild her life without him as a midwife and herbalist. Then he is returned, fevered and communicating only in riddles. Now her world is turned upside down.
NSW Public libraries are pleased to present a series of online author events. This event is being facilitated through Zoom, and will take place online on Thursday 12 November 2020 at 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm.
To book for this event and receive your link and passcode click on the Eventbrite link provided below.
‘This event is collaboration between NSW Public Libraries”, Lauren Chater will be in conversation with Meg Kenneally.
Bookings are required for this free event. For more information contact the library on 6352 9100.