For readers and writers of historical fiction: HNSA conference and satellite events!

Posted by on Feb 27, 2017 in News | 2 comments

I can’t believe how long it is since my last post!  My apologies: it’s been a busy few months with Christmas, school holidays, writing a new book plus also organising satellite events in Sydney to promote our upcoming Historical Novels Society of Australasia conference in Melbourne in September.  It’s going to be terrific! You’ll find details of the cornucopia of authors who’ll be appearing, plus the two-day, two-stream programme plus early bird booking on the HNSA website: http://www.hnsa/org.au. Details below.  Satellite events will also be held in Melbourne and Sydney, and the first of the (free) Sydney events will be held  at Mosman library on March 29th 7-9 pm. A panel of four authors will talk about researching and writing their fiction, plus the conference programme will also be launched. Full details on the flyer: HNSA conference ad 2017HNSA March flyer 2017 final.  (If you click onto this I’m hoping it will open!)  Please watch this space for more information about the HNSA and the satellite events we have in store for you!

2 Comments

  1. Sounds fantastic, Felicity! I’ve booked immediately. One query: can you advise the best place to park for the event? Mosman is a new area for me and parking looks as if it might be tricky.

    And thanks for your hard work in organising all this. The link worked perfectly first time!

  2. Thanks Wendy; good to know it all works! There is parking in the streets around Mosman which (hopefully) might get easier in the evening – but no magic tricks, I’m afraid! Look forward to seeing you there.

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