Readers and aspiring writers will have the chance to hear from 10 authors from across South East Queensland during a Meet the Author event at Redcliffe in October.
The free event will be held at the CWA Hall, 189 Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe, on October 15 from 10am-4pm.
The authors will be sharing their journeys, insights, and an activity with participants during their speaker sessions.
It is an opportunity to chat with someone who has developed books, and a business behind their books, and meet emerging authors who will launch books on the day.
There will be speaking sessions as well as opportunities for networking.
Who is presenting?
Authors presenting on the day include Moana Robinson, who specialises in women’s issues and is the author of Be Styled for Life. She shares her experience as a personal stylist and life coach on how to look, feel and be your best not matter what your age or the challenges you face.
Victoria Senden, Healing for Posture: Offers tips on how to overcome neck, shoulder and upper back pain and stiffness by finding your balance and correcting your posture.
Dr Amanda Nickson, The Resilient Leader: The social worker and pastor writes about how to beat being overwhelmed and burnt out and develop skills for long-term, sustainable leadership.
Christiane Vee, Health Dynamics: A Unique Principle of Self-Healing: The body transformation coach and mentor writes about self-healing and the teachings that it stems from.
Dr Tracey Zielinski, Get it Together Forever: The clinical psychologist and author has put together the ultimate guide to “stepping into control of your own life”, and dealing with stress, anxiety and more.
For more information and to register, visit the website
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