Samantha Wheeler: Find Your Voice - Writing Workshop
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Where the Wild Things Are
Tickets available until 24 November 2018 3:45 PM
Join Samantha Wheeler for a writing workshop about finding your own voice through writing. Samantha is passionate about encouraging people to speak up for what they believe in. The ticket price includes a copy of her book Everything I’ve Never Said.
Samantha Wheeler is best known for her eco-adventure stories but, inspired by her youngest daughter who has Rett syndrome, she thought about writing Everything I’ve Never Said for many years.
‘Everyone has a voice, whether or not they communicate in a conventional way and
I wanted to convey that message to younger readers,’ said Samantha on Everything I've Never Said.
Samantha will also be in-conversation with Genevieve Kruyssen prior to the writing workshop celebrating Samantha's new book Everything I've Never Said. Click here to register for the in-conversation.
About Samantha Wheeler:
Samantha Wheeler studied agriculture, worked with dairy farmers, and taught science before writing her first children's book in 2011. Five novels later, her stories have been shortlisted for the Queensland Literary Awards, Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards, the Readings Children's Book Prize, the Wilderness Society Environment Award for Children's Literature, and commended in the Royal Zoological Society of NSW Whitley Awards. When not writing, she spends time with her husband, pets and two beautiful daughters, the youngest of whom has Rett syndrome. Samantha hopes her stories will encourage everyone to speak up for what they believe in.
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