Monday, June 5, 2017

Tauranga Murder in the Library - 8 June (new lineup)

The Ngaio Marsh Awards, in association with the New Zealand Book Council and Tauranga City Libraries, invites booklovers to an event featuring three local authors. 

2017 Ngaio Marsh Awards entrant Neil Coleman is joined by USA Today bestseller Julie Thomas and ARTbop Literary Editor Marcus Hobson to discuss what drives them to write, and how they create interesting characters, craft page-turning storylines, and are inspired by living in regional New Zealand. .

WHEN: Thursday 8 June 2017
WHERE: Tauranga City Library, 91 Willow Street, Tauranga
WHEN: 5.30pm

This is a free event.
Phone (07) 577 7177 or email if you'd like to come along.

Neil Coleman worked for many years as a high school guidance counsellor in South Auckland. He now lives in Thames. He is the author of two novels, ROSKILL, a story of a family torn apart by P, and TALK TO ME, a crime tale set in the world of talkback radio.

Marcus Hobson is Literary Editor of ARTbop and Secretary of Tauranga Writers. He worked as an economist in Africa and in finance in Auckland, before moving to the Bay of Plenty. He is a writer and reviewer, and is working on a crime novel and a war-time historical novel.

Julie Thomas worked in various aspects of New Zealand media for many years. She now lives in Putaruru and is the author of three books, including the #1 New Zealand Fiction bestselling crime novel BLOOD, WINE & CHOCOLATE. Her debut, THE KEEPER OF SECRETS, became a self-publishing phenomenon and then a USA Today bestseller in the United States.

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