You are invited to Celebrate Rachel’s new novel
& raise a glass to Mrs Philpott!!
Starring the one and only Sunny Amey
(who could easily fix Mrs. P.)
and possibly Mrs Philpott herself
Odd little Mrs Philpott, 70, flees a shattered city and
a husband in denial. When the earthquakes start, she
is forced to reconstruct her sanity, her marriage, and
her identity. From friends old and new, she receives
a torrent of advice—the good, the bad, and the
raunchy. A novel for Christmas and summer.
Join us on the 24th November at 6pm at
Ekor Bookshop & Cafe Ltd to celebrate
Rachel's new novel - All welcome!!
A little about the wonderful author Rachel McAlpine !!
Rachel McAlpine is the successful author of four other novels—The Limits of Green, Running Away From Home, Farewell Speech (all Penguin NZ), and Humming (Hazard)—several plays including Driftwood and The Stationary Sixth Form Poetry Trip, various books of poems, and many works of non-fiction including The Passionate Pen and Real Writing. Rachel recently edited Shaky Places, a song cycle of New Zealand poems. Born in Fairlie, educated chiefly in Christchurch, Rachel now lives in Wellington.