Fellowship of Australian Writers Southern Highlands
Today I was at the Southern Highlands branch of the Fellowship of Australian Writers. I so enjoyed my time with the devoted members of this group.
Although a bitter day – the temperature reached a massive 8 degrees and the Covid restrictions for our area- a small group of hardy souls attended. I shared with them the inspiration for my Clement Wisdom series with particular emphasis on writing, research and characterisation.
Thanks again to all who attended and who purchased books.
NATTAI PROBUS CLUB
On a very cold day I spoke to the intrepid and undaunted members of Nattai Probus Club today in the amazing Mittagong RSL Club. Such a happy time and I really enjoyed the enthusiastic welcome and response to my talk. Thanks to all who attended for your support and for coming on such an icy day.
Moss Vale Probus Club
Today I spoke at the Moss Vale Probus Club. There were a good many people there and the talk was a lot of fun for me and I hope, them. It was so good to be able to speak to a large group again after the past year and its varying restrictions.
Thanks to all who came and to the club for inviting me to speak and especially to those who purchased books.
BOOK CLUB, GORDON
On Wednesday last I visited a book club that meets monthly in Gordon in Sydney’s North. It was an informal gathering with many laughs, questions and the historical information that underpins my three books, “In Spite of All Terror,” “If Necessary Alone” and “Where Death and Danger Go” released on Nov 5. The time passed all too quickly but I have been invited back next year after they’ve read my latest book. The one thing I love about book clubs is that all members read the books before I visit so no worries about giving away too much information about the plots. A happy afternoon and thanks to all who attended.
RACA LADIES COMMITTEE LUNCHEON
I very much enjoyed speaking at the Royal Automobile Club last Monday about my first two books, “In Spite of All Terror” and “If Necessary, Alone” and giving them some information about my soon-to-be-released third book in the Clement Wisdom series, “Where Death and Danger Go”. It was wonderful to be able to speak again, even with all the current restrictions of distancing which the Club handled superbly. Those present showed great enthusiasm. Thanks again to all at the Club and for their kind invitation to speak about my WW2 novels.
History hit podcast
Listen to my interview on the @HistoryHit Podcast
TURRAMURRA BOOK CLUB
Tuesday evening March 10 saw author V M Knox as guest speaker to the Turramurra Book Club. An informal group of avid readers, the author spoke about the locations and inspiration behind her two crime novels “In Spite of All Terror” and “If Necessary Alone”.
Members of the group asked questions and everyone shared in a light supper after.
Many thanks to the organiser, Helen.
Turramurra probus club
A thoroughly enjoyable day at Turramurra Probus was had today where around 70 people attended to hear a talk by author V M Knox and the historical events that underpin her current series of murder mystery novels set in Britain during World War II. Thank you to all who attended. Merry Christmas.
thursday lunch club at st swithun’s anglican church, pymble
The Thursday Lunch Club meets on the fourth Thursday of the month for Holy Communion followed by light refreshments in the lounge at St Swithun’s Church . VM Knox gave a book talk at the Lunch Club last week, discussing everything cryptography and If Necessary, Alone. 28th November, 2019
bradfield probus club
V M Knox presented today at the Bradfield Probus Club which meets in West Pymble. She told the group about the historical events that underpin her murder mystery novels which have recently been published / re-released and which are set during WWII, entitled “In Spite of All Terror” and “If Necessary, Alone”. People were enthusiastic about the talk and were impressed by her depth of knowledge to do with the War. Many signed copies of both books were purchased. 23rd September, 2019