Sunday Sessions at FAWWA
Women's Fiction Day
Three giants of women's fiction to offer classes at Mattie Furphy in June
Fleur McDonald has published 20 novels and sold more than 700,000 copies. She is an advocate for women in agriculture and people experiencing domestic and family violence in regional, rural and remote areas. McDonald is the founder of DVassist which offers counselling services. McDonald lives in Esperance.
Rachel Johns lives in the Swan Valley and is the author of more than 20 novels and novellas. Johns has won the Romance Writers of Australia prestigious RUBY Award twice and, in 2016, her book The Patterson Girls won the Australian Book Industry Award for General Fiction.
SD Wasley writes crossover, new adult, and young adult fiction in the genres of mystery, paranormal and urban fantasy, plus literary fiction. SD Wasley’s debut novel, The Seventh, was published in 2015.
The author's first new adult paranormal romance series, The Incorruptibles, debuted in 2016. She also writes as Sasha Wasley, and lives in the Swan Valley.
Each beloved author will dive into the creative processes and inspirations that help them craft compelling stories that are read worldwide.
Click here to book your tickets for the June 12 Sunday Session now. Places are strictly limited.