The Last Station is a captivating story of heritage, heartbreak and hope, set along the Darling River in the days of the riverboat trade.
Nicole Alexander is the bestselling author of eleven historical fiction novels and she will talk about the research that is key to her writing, and share the stories of this part of Australian history.
Nicole Alexander will be in conversation with Michelle Douglas.
When: Saturday 10 September 12 – 12.45pm
Where: Warners Bay Theatre, 39 Lake Street, Warners Bay 2282
Cost: Gold coin entry
Books available for sale and signing
Nicole Alexander’s novels, poetry, travel, creative writing and genealogy articles have been published in Australia, America, Singapore, Russia, Ukraine, Germany, New Zealand & Canada. She is the bestselling author of eleven historical fiction novels: The Bark Cutters, A Changing Land, Absolution Creek, Sunset Ridge, The Great Plains, Wild Lands, River Run, An Uncommon Woman, Stone Country, The Cedar Tree and The Last Station (released March 2022).
Michelle Douglas has a PhD from the University of Newcastle. Her subject area was Romance and Feminism. She has been successfully writing for iconic romance publisher Harlequin Mills & Boon since 2007 and has, to date, written more than 30 romance novels. She’s a sucker for happy endings, heroines who have a secret stash of chocolate, and heroes who know how to laugh. She lives in Newcastle with her own romantic hero, a house full of dust and books, and an eclectic collection of 60s and 70s vinyl.