The launch of The Cabin Sessions proved to be a night beyond my wildest expectations! The Alex Legg Memorial Foundation gave over the last Leggacy Sessions of the year, and I played host to a fine collection of musicians taking on the parts of various characters in my book.
With thanks to Suzanne Diprose for her role as Delilah Makepeace, and for handing round the Christmas cake! And to Dave Diprose for his role as Alf Plum.
The night was made special by warm words of legendary Australian Bluesman ‘King of the Keys’ Andy Cowan in his official launch speech.
I came close to selling out of stock, which was a good thing as I was using a shopping trolley to cart the remaining books home with me by train!
A special thank you to all who came to my launch. Friends came from as far as Ballarat, St Andrews, and beyond the Black Spur to share the night with me. I’m still feeling the love. And my thanks to those who are messaging me with warm praise as they open their copy and discover for themselves why Andy Cowan phoned me the day before the launch and told me he absolutely loved The Cabin Sessions.
My gratitude to HellBound Books for making it all possible.
If you want to find out what the fuss is all about, visit any good online bookseller or grab a copy here.
Or use the contact page on this website for an author signed copy.
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