Cel­e­brat­ing sec­ond novel for Ad­di­coat

Isis Town and Country - - Kolan News -

THE say­ing goes, “We all have a book in us,” but do we have the time to write it all down?

Gin Gin lo­cal J L Ad­di­coat has found the time to release her sec­ond book En­tan­gled Des­tinies.

She launched her book last Satur­day morn­ing at the Gin Gin Court­house Gallery.

The small group of pas­sion­ate read­ers and writ­ers stepped out to sup­port the lo­cal writer.

Sup­port­ing Mrs Ad­di­coat’s novel was Judy Honor, leav­ing her hus­band at home to mind the grand­chil­dren.

“It’s great to see and sup­port lo­cal tal­ent,” Mrs Honor said.

“I have been work­ing on a book and I keep go­ing back ev­ery now and then,” she said.

“I would like to see this book re­leased on tape for the vi­sion im­paired in our com­mu­nity,” Mrs Honor said.

Cel­e­brat­ing her sec­ond novel Mrs Ad­di­coat read to her au­di­ence as they sat hold­ing on to her ev­ery word.

Her an­i­mated story telling brought the char­ac­ters to life.

“My book is about two very strong women from the same fam­ily, only dif­fer­ence it’s years apart,” she said.

Mrs Ad­di­coat took two years to get her story on to pa­per and it wasn’t al­ways easy.

The ded­i­cated au­thor spent time with her ad­mir­ers talk­ing about her book and sup­port­ing other writ­ers.

Mrs Ad­di­coat’s book is on sale and you can con­tact the Gin Gin gallery for more in­for­ma­tion.


BOOK LAUNCH: J L Ad­di­coat launch­ing her sec­ond book En­tan­gled Des­tinies with her proud four-year-old grand­daugh­ter Teyah Mills.

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