In Conversation with Caroline Overington, March 18

 On Tuesday March 18, 6.30pm, I will be chatting with the fascinating Australian author Caroline Overington at Sutherland Library.

Caroline Overington

This is a free event, but bookings are required, so please register here.

Journalist and editor Caroline Overington has, in a just a few short years, become one of Australia's most beloved authors, and her fiction manages to be incredibly popular and also incredibly well-written.

Caroline Overington

I first became aware of her a few years ago when I read a piece about her in Good Reading magazine written by my friend Tim Graham. Before it came out Tim, who knows my tastes perfectly, had called me and said, "You really have to read Caroline Overington - I was very impressed by the quality of her writing."

I am very privileged to have been asked by Sutherland Library to conduct this conversation with her, talking especially about her book, a thriller called No Place Like Home.

If you live in Sydney's Southern suburbs, or if you have read and enjoyed Caroline Overington's fiction, I would urge you to come along and hear her talk about her craft, her motivations and her inspirations.

I think it will be a brilliant night.


In Conversation with Caroline Overington

Tuesday 18 Mar 2014 at 6:30PM

Cost: Free event. Bookings essential
Where: Sutherland Library 30-36 Belmont Street, NSW, 2232

Come along to Sutherland Library as best selling author and award winning journalist Caroline Overington presents her latest novel, No Place Like Home, in conversation with Walter Mason.

No Place Like Home

A heartbreaking, uplifting … tribute to the human spirit. You will never want to put this book down.

A small boy rushes into a shopping centre, with a petrol bomb around his neck. Who is he? What does he want? And most importantly who will survive this frightening seige?

About the Author

Caroline Overington is a best-selling Australian author and an award winning journalist.

She's currently working as the associate editor of the iconic Australian Women's Weekly.

Caroline has previously worked for The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, Good Weekend and The Weekend Australian Magazine.

She is a two-time winner of the Walkley Award for Investigative Journalism; a winner of the Sir Keith Murdoch prize for excellence in journalism; and of the Blake Dawson Prize.
More Information

Sutherland Library
phone 9710 0351

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