What is more important – the story or the writing?
  • Tuesday 30 July 2013

For a lively debate on what is more important - the story or the writing - head to Cooroy Library at 10am on Thursday 19 September 2013.

Join four local authors for an entertaining morning and mingle with them over a tea or coffee after the debate:

S. Sëan Tretheway

Magician and Author of The Roadless Traveller and Beyond The Road

Born in California, Sean sailed from Los Angeles to Tahiti in his early twenties in a boat he built with his sister and brother-in-law. In 1983, he found Noosa and realised that his childhood hobby as a magician could earn him a full-time living. He has produced and presented on Noosa Community Radio and written two books.

Suzanne Wright

Author of Doggie Business

This book is especially designed to help you cope through those first weeks of puppy mayhem.

Mary-Lou Stephens

Author of Sex, Drugs and Meditation

Mary-Lou Stephens worked and played all over Australia before she got a proper job – in radio. Wickedly humorous and beautifully told, Sex, Drugs and Meditation is Eat Pray Love meets Judith Lucy. “Bracingly honest, funny and rewarding, this is a book you can’t put down.” The Sydney Morning Herald.

Rita Lee Chapman

Author of Missing in Egypt

“It was only when I retired to the Sunshine Coast that I wrote my first book, a romantic travel mystery based on a holiday in Egypt.”

Bookings are essential by visiting council’s library website or by calling Cooroy Library on 1300 LIBRARY (542 727).