The countdown to Launch #1 began with my sister flying in from the east. The Shark Caller is dedicated to three people and Karen is one of them. And last week, Karen surprised me with the most amazing gift; a shark carved from obsidian. If you read the book you will understand why this is such a precious gift. Over the past few years I’ve trawled the Internet for obsidian and never came close to finding anything like this.
For many children’s authors and illustrators, August is the busiest time of the year with Bookweek school and library visits spilling over into the rest of the month. For me, 2016 is busier than usual with two book launches to celebrate the release of The Shark Caller with Penguin Random House and a mini book tour of Esperance and Kalgoorlie.
Launch 1 was held at the Albany Surf Club, supported by Albany Public Library and Paperbark Merchants. It was a wonderful evening and here are some photos of the event.
Hi, my daughter was thrilled to be one of the winners of your hiku poem competition last week and is looking forward to meeting you tomorrow 🙂 thank you for giving young students opportunity.
I’m looking forward to the meeting also 🎈 how wonderful to spend time with young poets 😊
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HI Culture Clash, apologies for missing this message earlier… Thank you.