Please join us in hearing author Tabitha Bird discuss her magical debut novel, A Lifetime of Impossible Days, a life-affirming book about heartbreak, healing and learning to forgive yourself.
This is a free event, however bookings are necessary as we have limited seating space. Your booking is an e-ticket only, and names will be added to the door list; please be sure your name and email address are on the order to receive confirmation.
Refreshments will be provided, and there will be an opportunity for readers to have their books signed on the night.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Meet Willa Waters, aged 8 . . . 33 . . . and 93.
On one impossible day in 1965, eight-year-old Willa receives a mysterious box containing a jar of water and the instruction: ‘One ocean: plant in the backyard.’ So she does - and somehow creates an extraordinary time slip that allows her to visit her future selves.
On one impossible day in 1990, Willa is 33 and a mother-of-two when her childhood self magically appears in her backyard. But she’s also a woman haunted by memories of her dark past – and is on the brink of a decision that will have tragic repercussions...
On one impossible day in 2050, Willa is a silver-haired, gumboot-loving 93-year-old whose memory is fading fast. Yet she knows there’s something she has to remember, a warning she must give her past selves about a terrible event in 1990. If only she could recall what it was.
Can the three Willas come together, to heal their past and save their future, before it’s too late?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tabitha Bird is a writer and poet who lives and works in the rural township of Boonah, Queensland. By day Tabitha may be found painting, working on her next book or with her husband, three beautiful boys and Chihuahua.