Celebrating second novel for Addicoat
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.