Beerwah Writers Group launches new anthology next week

By Patty Beecham

The Beerwah Writers Group will displaying their latest books to be published at the upcoming Beerwah Library Dear Reader event, Saturday 3nd September, noon to 4pm.
Sharon Millow – How much can a MS Koala Bear?
Robert Brook – The Sheltering Wolf
Tall Tales True – Neil Halpin
Beerwah Writers Group – Histories and Mysteries.
President Paul Wilson said: ‘The Beerwah Writers Group are once again proud to publish their latest collection of short stories and poems: Histories and Mysteries. We are an active group of local amateur and professional writers and poets who meet to discuss aspects of writing and publishing.’ Order your own copy today
One book, sixteen writers, thirty-seven narratives. Another eclectic anthology from the Beerwah Writers Group. We invite you on a journey, to explore the unknown and tales of years long past. Spend an afternoon curled up on the couch and immerse yourself in the Histories and Mysteries of the Sunshine Coast and Hinterland Regions. Brought to you by a talented group of local people with a passion for writing, this book makes a wonderful gift and is a worthy contribution to any bookshelf, with the hope of inspiring others to discover their own creativity.
This anthology is locally written, edited and designed, and printed here in the Sunshine Coast and Hinterland. If you’re interested in writing in a friendly and non-judgmental setting, and challenging yourself as a writer or poet, come along to the Beerwah Writers Group. The Beerwah Writers Group – supports local writers from Beerwah, The Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Glasshouse Mountains, Landsborough, Maleny, Caloundra and surrounding areas.
New members are welcome and encouraged; a yearly subscription of $5.00 applies, with an attendance fee of $4 with complimentary morning refreshments.
Meetings are in the Meeting Room at the Beerwah Library, on the second and fourth Friday of each month, 10am to 12noon.