LAUNCH: Christine Jettner (middle) with daughter Troya Bywaters and son Peter Jettner. BOOK SIGNING: Margaret Tilsner, Lorraine Hogben and Yvonne Spencer.
BOOK: Diana Mislov, Diane Hester and Helen van Rooijen.
ST JOSEPH’S ALUMNI: Barbara Moxey, Jan Cirotski, Aileen Pluker and Jill Coates.
COFFEE: Anne Austin and Joe Judge.
HALLOWEEN: Author Natasha Ewendt and Port Lincoln Library manager Louise Mrdjen, who officially launched Natasha’s book This Freshest Hell on Halloween, with a pumpkin jack-o-lantern carved by Diane Hester and very unique jack-o-lantern capsicums by Di Hester and Mary Gudzenovs.
LIBRARY: John Kroezen, Heidi Woodstock and Mary Gudzenovs.
CANDELABRA: Melodie Dunn and Marina Hill.
MASKS: Natasha Ewendt, Diane Hester and Mary Gudzenovs get into the Halloween spirit.
CREATIVE AUTHORS: Local authors Diane Hester and Mary Gudzenovs with their unique jack-o-lanterns – a pumpkin carved by Di and capsicums carved by Mary.
BOOK LAUNCH: Natasha Ewendt with her mother Elizabeth Ewendt.
CELEBRATION: Liz Penfold, Vivienne Dearman and Ally Russell.
OFFICIAL LAUNCH: Barb Allen, Natasha Ewendt and Elizabeth Ewendt.
BOUQUET: Natasha Ewendt with a bouquet from Diana Mislov, who asked the florist for an “evil but pretty” bunch of flowers.
JACK-O-LANTERNS, skulls, spider webs, vampire bats and ghosts decorated the Port Lincoln Library for the Halloween launch of Port Lincoln Times reporter Natasha Ewendt’s debut novel.
This Freshest Hell was launched at Halloween in keeping with the book’s Halloween and supernatural themes.
Library manager Louise Mrdjen officially launched the book with an excellent speech followed by a book signing and coffee and cake enjoyed by about 80 guests.
The book, which has already garnered five-star reviews, is on sale worldwide through Sydney publisher Lacuna and available in Port Lincoln at the Port Lincoln Times, the Book Bazaar on Napoleon Street, Beers Newsagency, Liverpool Street Newsagency and the Civic Hall.
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