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Author event with Lucy Bloom
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Author event with Lucy Bloom

The Manuscript is about the delicate nature of new relationships, the ruthlessness of karma and the blurry line between truth and fiction.

When

Wednesday 22 March 2023, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Where

LibraryMuseum, Corner of Kiewa and Swift Streets, Albury

Price

FREE, Bookings essential

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Armed with the mantra ‘write what you know’ Lucy Bloom explores modern relationships, divorce and online dating in The Manuscript, an action-packed, fast-paced novel that combines the whiplash humour of TV show Rake with the style and unexpected violence of Killing Eve. Join award-winning Lucy Bloom for an entertaining author talk.

LUCY BLOOM is an award-winning international keynote speaker and consulting CEO. She has a professional background in the advertising industry, running a boutique agency for 20 years before she moved to the not-for-profit sector as the CEO of two international aid charities.

Her first book, Cheers to Childbirth (2010, 2020), is the much-loved man-manual on the tricky business of childbirth support, recommended by midwives and obstetricians all over the world.  Lucy’s memoir, Get the Girls Out (2019), dives into her life and career, growing up on a farm in Africa, then working in women’s health and education in Ethiopia and Cambodia.  While some find Lucy’s memoir hard to believe, The Manuscript is her first work of fiction.

Presented by the LibraryMuseum and Write Around the Murray.


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