Join us at Erina Library for an afternoon with author, Stephanie Parkyn, as she introduces her second novel 'Josephine's Garden'.
Stephanie is fascinated by the human motivations behind the events of history and is particularly drawn to illuminating women's stories. She had a rewarding career as an environmental scientist, but is now living her dream of writing stories and travelling to find them.
This is a fabulous opportunity for library lovers, book lovers, historical fiction fans and the Central Coast Community to connect and discover something new to read at one of our first author events for 2020.
About 'Josephine's Garden'
From the bestselling author of 'Into the World' comes a richly imagined historical novel about obsession, courage, love and marriage.
Set in Napoleon's France 'Josephine's Garden' is a captivating story of love, nature and identity.
Amidst an abundance of vivid detail, glamour, intrigue and power, Josephine’s Garden is ultimately about finding the courage to let go.
As places are limited bookings are essential.
Please book online by clicking the 'Book now' button, contact 4304 7650 or visit your local branch.