Nicole Alexander joins Glen Innes Library celebration

ACCLAIMED Moree-based historical novelist Nicole Alexander is heading to Glen Innes for the second annual High Country Writers Festival where she’ll talk about her new book at Glen Innes Library.

Spanning two centuries and set in two iconic landscapes, including the nearby Richmond Valley, The Cedar Tree has been described as “a compelling tale of love and faith, destiny and betrayal, in a land as richly diverse as the secrets it keeps”.

Nicole’s visit coincides with the 66th anniversary of Glen Innes Severn Public & TAFE Library where several displays and celebrations are planned. She will also be speaking about history writing during the afternoon session of the second annual High Country Writers Retreat, located at Waterloo Station.

FREE author talk at Glen Innes Severn Public & TAFE Library on Saturday October 24, 10.30am. Purchase your copy of Nicole’s novel ‘The Cedar Tree’ at The Makers Shed, 123 Grey Street. This is a COVID-safe event. Booking essential via 6730 2600.

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