Hebe De Souza – reading this Friday at Heritage House, Bangalow


Author Hebe de Souza will  be talking about her her fascinating novel ‘ Black British’ on Friday October 28th at 5.30 pm at Heritage House in Bangalow. It’s a catered event so you have to book through Bookworms and Paper mites in Bangalow on 66871396.  A big thank-you to Caroline at the bookshop for giving us a copy of the book to giveaway on air today to a lucky Bay FM subscriber!

Click on the book cover to hear Hebe read for Narratives.


Narratives for October

Modern life in Iran, children’s special fiction and an adult short story.


Sohila Zanjani – Scattered Pearls

I so loved hearing Sohila read this extract in her delicate Persian accent. The story of a life lived between two countries and cultures.



Susan Perrow – The A-Z collection of behaviour tales for  children.

One for parents of small children, Susan Perrow is internationally popular with her ‘therapeutic’ fiction.



Virginia Miranda – ‘The Game’

A complete short story here from the Flash Fiction series.

Uploaded this week on the Narratives Library!

Three very different novels this week. Don’t forget to share!


Kate Mildenhall -‘ Skylarking’

Based on a true story of two friends who grow up on a lighthouse cape.


Rajith Savanadasa -‘ Ruins’

Fascinating story of a modern Sri Lankan family.



Robert Dessaix -‘ What Days are For’

Robert Dessaix finds humour and makes amusing observations even as his life is seriously threatened.