Tales from the heart with William McInnes
  • Friday 14 September 2018
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Sunshine Coast Libraries invite avid readers to enjoy a morning with popular Australian actor and author William McInnes at the Caloundra RSL from 10.30am on Friday, October 12.

This special literary event is part of a series of Sunshine Coast Libraries author events hosted at various locations across the region.

William will talk about his latest book, Fatherhood: stories about being a Dad, life as an author and his experience as an award-winning stage and screen actor.

Fatherhood is warm, witty and nostalgic, with tales about family and memories of childhood.

William is considered one of Australia’s best storytellers and this book guarantees both hilarious and poignant moments.

His books include the bestselling memoirs A Man’s Got to Have a Hobby and That’d Be Right.

In 2012, his book Worse Things Happen at Sea, co-written with his late wife Sarah Watt, was named the best non-fiction title in the ABIA and Indie Awards.

William is also known for his leading roles in Blue Heelers, SeaChange, My Brother Jack, Deep Water and Rake.

He has won two Logies and an AFI Award for Best Actor in the film Unfinished Sky.

A selection of William’s books will be available for purchase at the venue.

Tickets are $20 per person and bookings are essential via council’s library website.

William will be joined by special guest, Channel 7 news presenter, Katie Toney.

Enjoy live music by talented local artist Pepper Jane.

Light refreshments will be provided at 10.30am for an 11am start.