Head to the Civic Square in Booragoon on the 18th of November for the exciting new Merge Festival. Brendan will be speaking at a session called On the Couch – Conversations with Authors (Adult Fiction), alongside fellow author Mihaela Nicolescu, facilitated by Jane Fraser, CEO of Fremantle Press.
This session is on at 4pm at the Civic Centre Reception Hall. Book signings available, with your ticket price (just $10) redeemable on book purchases at the event.
Head over to Eventbrite to grab a ticket.
Brendan will be at Dymocks Joondalup on Tuesday the 7th of November for their November YA Book Club.
Starting at 5:45pm with free admission, Brendan will be answering questions about his books and writing experiences. He will also be signing copies of his novels Carousel and Beyond Carousel, which will be available for purchase on the night.
For more information, visit the Dymocks Joondalup website, or hop straight over to RSVP on Eventbrite.
Date: Tuesday, 7 November 2017
Time: 5:45pm – 7:00pm
Location: Dymocks Joondalup, Shop 16 Lakeside Shopping Centre, Joondalup Drive, Joondalup, WA 6027
Congratulations to the winners of the recent Goodreads giveaway. Signed copies of Beyond Carousel are on their way!
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You could win one of two signed copies of Brendan Ritchie’s post-apocalyptic thriller, Beyond Carousel over on goodreads.
Beyond Carousel follows Nox, Taylor and Lizzy desperate to uncover the secret of the Disappearance. But there is more to the new world than they ever suspected, and the danger is only just beginning. They quickly learn they are not the only survivors to roam the broken city. Saving those they love will mean risking everything – and time is running out.
Signed by the author himself, this thrilling sequel to Carousel could be yours! the giveaway runs until the 21st of July, so head over to goodreads and enter today.
Dircksey magazine has reviewed Beyond Carousel in its latest issue.
“Accompanying a rich narrative of friendship, uncertainty and survival, this novel celebrates the arts and what it truly means to be an artist.”
You can pick up a copy at an Edith Cowan University campus, around Perth, and at other university campuses. ?
Fellow WA author Sally Murphy has written a review of Beyond Carousel for her website Aussie Reviews.
“The premise and the way it plays out create lots of intrigue and plenty of action. Good stuff.”
Thanks Sally! To read the full review, head over to the Aussie Reviews website.
Emily Paull has reviewed Beyond Carousel on her blog The Incredible Rambling Elimy.
“It’s a book about friendship, self discovery, survival and art.”
The review contains spoilers, so after you’ve read the book head on over and give it a read. Thanks Emily!
Australian bookseller Readings has an impressive collection of Aussie young adult fiction, including Beyond Carousel.
Can you read your way through their whole list of books?
In the latest issue of Magpies (Volume 31 No. 4 September 2016) Beyond Carousel is reviewed.
“It is a well-constructed narrative and Nox is an honest and relatable narrator … it is unput-downable.”
Head over to their website to find out more information on where to buy your copy of Magpies.