Author Event - Helen Croser, Accidental Siblings

Join local author Helen Croser in conversation as she launches her first novel Accidental Siblings.

After Jack Clapper’s untimely death, his son Barry, and daughter-in-law, Felicity, remained under a cloud of suspicion. When Barry dies suddenly in a tragic accident, three young people in their early twenties turn up at the funeral, family connections are made and the mystery of Jack Clappers death is solved in a surprising way.

A Portland local Helen has lived in country towns, on a farm, and in the city; and has a passion for writing short stories and rhyming verse. After growing up in Portland, she trained as a nurse working in hospital theatres and with premature babies in the Special Care Nursery, at Monash Medical Centre.

Helen has completed several creative writing courses and a diploma of freelance travel writing and photography. Eighteen of her poems have been professionally produced on a CD and 38 poems in a book entitled ‘Homespun Poems from my Heart.”

Having always had a great love of words, and with her three children now having families of their own, she is excited to have the time draw on her storehouse of memories and life experience, to launch her first novel.

Portland Library
Thursday 14 November
5.30pm – 6.30pm

FREE event, light refreshments provided
Bookings preferred, phone 5522 2265

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