Neerlandia Open Mic – Author Louise Allan

Posted by: | Posted on: August 30, 2019
When:
November 29, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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Where:
Rhein Donau Club Inc.
110 N Lake Rd
Myaree WA 6154
Australia

Pre-order of ‘Het lied van zussen’ debut novel of Louise Allan

Come and join our special Open Mic session where author Louise Allan will talk about her Debut Novel ‘Sister’s Song’ or ‘Het lied van zussen’ which is the Dutch translation. Her book was translated in only another language; which happens to be Dutch!

For this special Open Mic session the Dutch translation of her book is available for Credit Card pre-order online only (with form at the bottom of this page) via the Neerlandia website and needs to be picked up on the night of the Maas en Waal Borrel, end of month drinks on November 29th, 2019 at the Rhein Donau Club, Myaree.
An AUD $15 discount per book will apply to Neerlandia members only, and only one book per member can be ordered.
Neerlandia members pay just AUD $20 per book,
Non Neerlandia members pay AUD $35.

On the evening of November 29th the English version of the book will be available for purchase directly from Louise Allan.

The deadline to order the book is Saturday, October 5th, 2019.

Set in rural Tasmania from the 1920s to the 1990s, The Sisters’
Song traces the lives of two very different sisters, one for whom
giving and loving are her most natural qualities and the other
who cannot forgive and forget.

LOUISE ALLAN is a début author from Western Australia.
Louise won the 2018 Tina Kane Emergent Writer Award at the
Mildura Writers Festival. This manuscript was also awarded a
Varuna residential fellowship in 2014 and shortlisted for the City of
Fremantle-TAG Hungerford Award.
Louise grew up in Tasmania but has since moved to Perth where
she lives with her husband, four children and two dogs. She is a
former doctor and has a passion for music.

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For any questions about this event please contact Machiel van der Stelt via [email protected]


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