Wed, 07 July|
Online via Zoom
Karyn Sepulveda and Cassie Hamer on The Women's Circle
Welcome to the heart-warming and inspirational portrayal of inner strength and vulnerability. Join us to find out the true power of female friendship in all its forms.
Time & Location
07 July 2021, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm AEST
Online via Zoom
About The Event
Join Karyn Sepulveda, in-conversation with Cassie Hamer, as they discuss The Women's Circle via Zoom.
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Meeting ID: 842 4320 0812
About the Book
Sydney, present day. Anna is released into the world after six years in prison. The entirety of her possessions stuffed into a single plastic bag. The trauma of her past, a much heavier burden to carry. Feeling hopeless, isolated and deeply lonely, Anna attends an alternative support group; The Women’s Circle. But when she touches an ancient crystal, Anna connects to a woman she has never met, in a past she doesn’t recognise.
In 1770, a brutal regime torments the English village of Quarrendon and is determined to keep its women apart. Young villager Aisleen desperately seeks a way to defy the rules, reunite with her sister, and live life on her own terms, without her husband’s permission. The stakes are high and terror of punishment inescapable, but doing nothing comes at an even steeper price.
About the Author
Karyn Sepulveda is an author, podcast producer and creator of short, guided meditations.
Through writing about characters triumphing over adversity, interviewing women about their strengths and designing meditations that help the listener tap into their own creativity, Karyn hopes to spread compassion and connection.
Karyn completed her Masters of Creative Writing in 2011 and published her first novel, Letters To My Yesterday in 2018. When she is not working on her creative projects, Karyn is busy raising her two children and working as a teacher in primary schools.
About the Moderator
Cassie Hamer has a professional background in journalism and PR, but now much prefers the world of fiction over fact. In 2015, she completed a Masters in Creative Writing, and has since achieved success in numerous short story competitions. Her debut novel, After the Party, was published in 2019 and was an Australian bestseller Cassie's second book 'The End of Cuthbert Close' is available now.
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