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Melanie Joosten - Gravity Well

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Award-winning author Melanie Joosten’s debut novel, The Berlin Syndrome, has recently been released as a feature film starring Teresa Palmer. Her long-awaited second novel, Gravity Well, has just been published. Melanie will discuss the journey from page to screen for her first book and explore the themes of her new release, a tender tale of friendship and family, both the family we are born to, and the family we choose.

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Paul Roos - Here It Is

Paul Roos is a leader, a legend, an AFL icon. As a first-rate player, premiership-winning coach and in-demand commentator, Roos has achieved extraordinary success over more than thirty years in footy. Don’t miss the chance to meet and hear the exclusive, no-holds-barred full story of the supercoach’s coaching career at Sydney and Melbourne and his top 25 coaching tips for creating a champion team.

Wednesday, 6 September 2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
The High Ground, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre

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Fiona McIntosh - The Tea Gardens

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From England’s seaside town of Brighton to India’s slums of Calcutta and the breathtaking Himalayan mountains, The Tea Gardens is a story of heroism, heartache and healing and the latest release from Fiona McIntosh internationally bestselling author of The Chocolate Tin, The Perfumer’s Secret, The Last Dance and Nightingale.  Meet and hear Fiona at this special evening event.

Thursday, 9 November 2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
The High Ground, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre

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Michael McGirr - Snooze: The Lost Art of Sleep

Michael McGirr’s Snooze delves into the mysterious world of sleep: its many benefits, its stubborn inclusiveness and what our brains get up to while we’re in bed. Join the author for this journey through various views on sleep, wakefulness and dreams.

Wednesday, 30 August 2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
The High Ground, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre