Come say hi at Abbey's Bookshop

If you're in Sydney on November 30, I would love to see you here, so I can get to meet some of the lovely people who read this blog.  Also, it's in a good cause; all funds will go to the Sydney chapter of Zonta International, whose purpose is to raise the status of women around the world. 

Abbey's is one the largest, oldest and most successful indie bookstores in Australia.  They opened their doors for business when I was 5 years old, and they're still going strong.  They're right opposite the Queen Victoria Building, very easy to get to.  


 Abbey’s Bookshop and the Zonta Club of Sydney
present the Twenty-Eighth Annual

Meet the Authors Evening

on Wednesday 30th November 2011 (6pm to 8pm)
at Abbey’s Bookshop
131 York Street, Sydney (opposite the Queen Victoria Building).

Funds raised from door sales, plus 10% of sales on the evening,
will be donated to the Zonta Service Project 2011.

Refreshments will be served and authors are happy to chat and sign copies of their books.

Authors attending:

LENNY BARTULIN                      author of the Jack Susko mysteries A Deadly Business, The Black Russian and De Luxe

JOHN M GREEN                            author of the thrillers Nowhere Man and Born to Run

GARY CORBY                               author of the historical crime novel The Pericles Commission

NICHOLAS HASLUCK                author of the political thriller Dismissal

STUART LITTLEMORE              author of Harry Curry: Counsel of Choice

ANDREW TINK                             author of Lord Sydney: His Life and Times and William Charles Wentworth: Australia’s Greatest Native Son

MICHAEL WILDING                   author of Wild and Woolley: A Publishing Memoir, Superfluous Men and The Prisoner of Mount Warning

Take this opportunity to choose some great Christmas presents
and know you are also donating 10% to the Zonta Service Project.

Cost is $5 per person - you may pay at the door.

Abbey’s Bookshop   131 York St, Sydney NSW 2000
Ph 9264 3111   Fx 9264 8993

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