Children’s author, Heather Wilson, to host celebratory event and book signing
Heather Wilson will host an event to celebrate her recent children's fiction book.
The event, which will take place at St. Mary’s Church, Ferndown, will provide an opportunity for Heather Wilson to thank those who have helped her in her writing journey and celebrate the hard work that went into her children’s fiction novel Nin and the Wonderic Discovery.
To join in with the celebrations and learn more about this fantastic book, come along on the 13th April (10am – 12pm).
Cakes and refreshments will be on offer with a few activities for kids (such as the colouring pages) and a chance to get a signed copy of Nin if desired.
All are welcome to this family-friendly event.
About the Book
Nin studied Michael with bright eyes. “You should accompany me on my Expedition. You are an Explorer. Why else would you arrive at the exactical moment of my departure? I will cross the threshold of Onestria and explore the mystical lands beyonder.” Nin reached a massive arm around Michael’s shoulders and squeezed him in a gleeful hug. “This is splendiferous!”
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