Monday, February 27, 2012

Writing the book...

Tomorrow I have a carpel tunnel release operation on my right hand which I hope will solve my problems. It is done with local anaesthetic...
I guess I should think of the Victorians who usually only had a swig of whiskey and man up.

Below is an ad for a talk I am giving on Friday 23 March.

It is a New Zealand Book Month event.

What will make it special is that it is in the Ormand Chapel, the very beautiful little building
which was once the school where Wiremu Colenso went.

Will he be listening?



Peter Wells’ William Colenso
A New Zealand Book Month event
Wednesday 28 March 2012 at 5.30pm Ormond Chapel, Napier Terrace, Hospital Hill

The Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery present award-winning New Zealand author Peter Wells, who will talk on writing his book The Hungry Heart: Journeys with William Colenso
Limited numbers, bookings are essential.

To book, phone HBMAG on 835 7781 or email info@hbmag.co.nz by Friday 23 March 2012.

Book online by visiting the www.hbmag.co.nz Events Page, or pay in person at the Napier i-SITE.
Cost: $10 for general public, $5 for friends of HBMAG

Copies of The Hungry Heart: Journeys with William Colenso will be available for purchase, and signing by the author on the night.

9 comments:

  1. Really important detail....the talk is on WEDNESDAY 28TH MARCH not on Friday as above. Sorry about that, Peter

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