Nicole Alexander is Australia’s Bush Storyteller. A fourth generation grazier, she lives in north-west NSW on a mixed agricultural property selected by her great-grandfather in 1893. A passionate writer of over twenty years experience, Nicole’s novels reflect the sense of continuity and love for the land that is inherent in most farmers and graziers. Her novels have been praised for their authenticity and the rich tapestry of outback life which is woven into her stories and her writing style has been described as both inherently beautiful and unique.
The bestselling author of The Bark Cutters and A Changing Land, Nicole’s highly anticipated third novel, Absolution Creek will be released in September 2012.
Nicole will be visiting the Library on:
Date: Tuesday 11 September 2012
Venue: BJA, South Street, Ipswich
Nicole’s books will be available for purchase on the day. Nicole will also be available for book signings following the event.
Books are essential! Visit What’s On and browse to September or click on “Upcoming Events” and search for the program name.
For information about what’s planned for Ipswich during the 2012 National Year of Reading, contact the National Year of Reading Project Officer on (07) 3810 6595 or via email.