Este best­seller from Fleur Fer­ris

The Riverine Herald - - MONDAY CONVERSATION -

outo what is go­ing on with our atcha up reg­u­larly with good livel lo­cally and we sup­port geg each other. r place I find in­spi­ra­tion is on a. Years ago, be­fore I was started to think it was never pen for me. A guy I went to wrotew a com­ment on one of k posts, ‘Keep knock­ing on un­ntil one opens’. It spurred me ext door I knocked on opened it’s im­por­tant to sur­round h pos­i­tive peo­ple and to never e the power of en­cour­ag­ing ad­vice she gave to as­pir­ing to o ‘‘learn to fail well’’. ng g re­jec­tions is a reg­u­lar part n g and pub­lish­ing process,’’ nsn hurt and you have to be herh them to keep go­ing.’’ oyedo the op­por­tu­nity to hear haveh their books signed and hanks to Collins Book­sellers Cen­tre Echuca. Eighty-four sold on the night.

Harper, Julie and Oak­ley Raverty.

Fleur Fer­ris is in­ter­viewed by stu­dents.

Joan Tor­ney with the cake she made for her daugh­ter Fleur Fer­ris' Found book launch.

Natalie and Pete Dur­rant.

Ruby Hore.

Ge­or­gia and Kelly Bar­nett.

Emma Carter and Erin McCon­nell.

Se­lena Wil­son, Ma­honey. Lindi Robin­son and Stacey

Roy Glassey and Me­gan and Kerry Fer­ris.

Grace and Sha­ree Edge.

Jenna Hilde­brand Grace Jef­frey. and

Suzie Oborne and Vicki Crowe.

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