*** Please note this event has had a change of venue and is now at Nightcliff Library.***
Join us for an evening with the award-winning Australian author Fiona McArthur as she discusses her latest book, "As the River Rises."- a tale about finding your path when you feel surrounded.
Discover how she draws from her own experiences as a rural midwife and explores the challenges faced by rural and remote families (including the shortage of doctors) but also highlighting the incredible strength found among women.
This is an event you won't want to miss! Fiona's work has received glowing reviews, with the Sydney Morning Herald praising her "great skill in storytelling" and the Newcastle Herald saying her books are unputdownable and "you have to devour in one day."
About the Guest:
Fiona McArthur, not only a gifted author but also a dedicated midwife, resides on a picturesque farm in Northern New South Wales. Her expertise extends to clinical midwifery education in rural maternity units, where she imparts essential emergency obstetric knowledge to midwives and others serving remote and isolated areas.
Where: Nightcliff Library
When: 5.00-6.00pm Tuesday 26 September
Free! For more information or to book: Author Talk with Fiona McArthur