Girls night in …. libraries

Girls Night at Library featuring writers, from left: Trudi Caffell, Rebecca Ahlen, Julie Thomas, Holly Christina, Kate Bowes, Nikki Crutchley, Nicola Turner, Sarah Johnson, Christina O’Reilly. Photo: Mary Anne Gill

Thirty women took the opportunity to hear from 10 successful female authors by enjoying a girls’ night in the Cambridge Library on Friday in celebration of International Women’s Day and Authors Month.

The Waikato authors (Cambridge unless specified) were Nikki Crutchley, Julie Thomas, Trudi Caffell, Nicola Turner, Christina O’Reilly (Matamata), Rebecca Ahlen (real name Silke Deul – Te Awamutu), Sarah Johnson, KT Bowes (Huntly), Holly Christina (Te Awamutu) and a surprise on the night with the appearance of Sue Edmonds (Eureka).

A second girls’ night will be held on Friday (March 17) at Te Awamutu Library.

Other Te Awamutu authors to feature include Lee Kimber, Deb Hinde, Danielle Hawkins, Tammy Robinson, Amy Harrop, Adele Gaddes and Rachel Numan.

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