Melbourne-based novelist Toni Jordan will visit Cessnock Library for an author talk on Thursday, June 9.
Jordan had an interesting start as a novelist, leaving a career in marketing in 2003 to study creative writing at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT).
It was by chance she read an article on RMIT’s professional writing and editing diploma that led her to become an internationally recognised author.
She has continued to write four successful novels including the international best seller Addition (2008), Fall Girl (2010) (which was also optioned for a film) and Nine Days (2012) named in Kirkus Review’s top 10 historical novels of 2013.
Her latest novel Our Tiny Useless Hearts, a comedy about love and marriage, will be made available by The Book Den for purchase and signing on the day.
The talk will run from 10am to 11am. Morning tea will be provided and bookings are essential on 4993 4399.
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