Fiona McIntosh

Publication Day!

Hooray…three years in the making and it’s finally arrived. Thank you to everyone who has had the book on pre-order and to those I know who are making a dash today to pick up or download their digital copy. Huge, huge thanks! Tonight at Dymocks in Rundle Mall is the official launch and we have so many people coming along it’s exciting. Marion Libary and Cultural Arts Centre wanted me to remind Adelaideans that it already has 120 booked and bookings are clipping along swiftly and will probably escalate once the advertising and media schedule kicks in. So, if you would like to hear me talk about The Lavender Keeeper or would like me to sign your book(s) or simply would like to meet me and say hello, then please do contact Marion Library asap and register your attendance. It’s FREE! And they do such a professional job of their events – I promise a lively evening for all who come along and I don’t want any of my regular readers to miss out!
Anyway, it’s on April 2 at 7.30pm but more details through the Library or its today.
More details: (go to the Author events) or phone: 8375 6754



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  1. Maddy March 22, 2012

    Dear Fiona,
    The launch last night was such treat to be present at…thanks for your wonderful words of wisdom re planning too much…Guilty! Sneaking every opportunity to keep reading!!! Cheers for your generousity to us all!
    Love Maddy
    PS: will send the lavender wand ‘how to ‘ as soon as finish the book!!!


  2. Teresa March 25, 2012

    Dearest Fiona, What a pleasure to meet the author that reawakened my imagination with the serendipitous finding of Betrayal after over 20years of technical reading, and now the lavender keeper has taken that to another level as the imagination has stirred the other senses to join in too, i smell lavender everywhere….it helps with the lavender heat bag i use to get warm and comfy for a fantastic and delicious read. thank you again , your a treasure. Teresa. ps you have also started a journey that my new authors are also found by serendipitous means too, this makes my reading journey heaps of fun as who knows whats next and where I find them 😉


    • Fiona March 25, 2012

      Teresa, I love that you can smell the lavender as you read. That is the highest compliment you could give me about the book. Enjoy the fantasy stories but especially enjoy The Lavender Keeper that means a lot to me. Thank you so much for coming to the event and for dropping by here. Happy reading Teresa – with my warmest wishes to you. F


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