Air­lie book on the cards for au­thor?

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

AU­THOR An­nie Seaton may be well known for her ro­mance writ­ing but it’s Air­lie Beach that’s re­ally grabbed her heart.

Ms Seaton had a sign­ing for her new book Kakadu Sun­set at Beach Book Bou­tique on Satur­day and said she couldn't get enough of the tourist town.

Her books are usu­ally in­spired by her fre­quent trav­el­ling around the warmer cli­mates of Aus­tralia.

“This year it’s Air­lie and we think we’ll stay be­cause the weath­ers so great,” she said.

“We started com­ing to Air­lie Beach in 1988.

“We love Air­lie Beach. Even when we travel to other ar­eas of Aus­tralia ev­ery win­ter, we al­ways end up here for at least a week or two.”

Read­ers may be fa­mil­iar with Ms Seaton’s work as she has al­ready writ­ten an Air­lie Beach in­spired book – Dan­ger­ous De­sire.

Ms Seaton’s lat­est book was in­spired by a trip to Kakadu Na­tional Park and it’s the land­scapes that she of­ten falls in love with.

“Be­ing an au­thor I can write on the road, I’ve got my lap­top in the van, we’ve got our car­a­van that’s parked in the car­a­van park. We go for a lovely long walk ev­ery day,” she said.

Even if you missed her ap­pear­ance you won’t have to wait long for an­other chance as she will be ap­pear­ing at the Whit­sun­day Writ­ers Fes­ti­val in Septem­ber.

PAS­SION: An­nie Seaton with her new book at a sign­ing at Beach Book Boutque.

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