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.
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.
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.