You're invited to Poppies' Season of Book Launches! These are FREE events held at Ray White Remuera, featuring five fabulous authors presenting their latest books.
Poppies has something for every booklover, and over five separate evenings you can meet five very different authors. From fiction and memoirs to cooking and corporate confusion, these FREE evenings are a wonderful opportunity to meet the authors of some new and exciting books. Light refreshments will be served.
Where: Ray White Remuera, 411 Remuera Road
Time: 5.30 - 6.45pm
When: Tuesday 24 October, Tuesday 14, 21, 28 November and Tuesday 5 December
Bookings are not required, please just come along on the night! For more information visit Ray White Remuera Facebook Page
Author: Ann Andrews
Title: Lessons in Leadership: 50 ways to avoid falling into the 'Trump' trap
Ann is an Auckland based business advisor and author of several self published books including:
Ann's new book, Lessons in Leadership, will be launched at this event.
Author: Sara Tuck
Title: Coming Un-Stuck: recipes to get you back on track
Dish recipe creator and one-woman-wonder Sarah Tuck has just published her debut cookbook.
Author: C.K. Stead
Title: The Necessary Angel
C.K. Stead is a distinguished, award-winning novelist, literary critic, poet, essayist and emeritus
His latest novel, The Necessary Angel, is about people who are deeply involved in the book world -
At this event C.K. Stead will be in conversation with Professor Mac Jackson.
Author: Michael Horton and Emeritus Professor Russell Stone
Title: John Logan Campbell Letters
|Michael will be talking about his role transcribing and editing the vast collection of letters and
correspondence for Professor Russell Stone's hugely important new book on the life and works
of Sir John Logan Campbell, the father of Auckland City.
Author: Diana Wichtel
Title: Driving to Treblinka
This will be a chaired Q&A session in which Diana has a conversation about her highly praised new memoir, Driving to Treblinka.
Diana Wichtel was born in Vancouver. Her mother was New Zealander, her father a Polish Jew who
Many years later she sets out to discover what happened to him. The search becomes an obsession
This unforgettable narrative is also a deep reflection on the meaning of family, the trauma of loss, and
We look forward to seeing you at any or all of these Author Evenings at Ray White Remuera.