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Books & Bubbles Zoom Event with Joanna Nell
Hachette Australia is delighted to invite you to our new virtual Books and Bubbles Zoom event series.

Join WHO Magazine’s Deputy Editor Shari Nementzik as she sits down with Joanna Nell to discuss her writing career and new novel The Great Escape from Woodlands Nursing Home. Joanna is also the author of life-affirming and heartwarming bestsellers The Single Ladies of Jacaranda Retirement Village and The Last Voyage of Mrs Henry Parker.

We welcome you all to connect from our home to yours.

BYO beverage.

Participation is free.

Oct 29, 2020 06:30 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Joanna Nell
Author & GP
Joanna Nell was born in the UK and studied medicine at Cambridge and Oxford universities. Her essays and short fiction have won multiple awards and been published in medical journals and literary anthologies. A former ship's doctor and now working as a GP, Joanna writes character-driven stories, creating young-at-heart characters who are not afraid to break the rules and defy society's expectations of ageing. Her first two novels, THE SINGLE LADIES OF JACARANDA RETIREMENT VILLAGE and THE LAST VOYAGE OF MRS HENRY PARKER, were national bestsellers. Joanna lives on Sydney's Northern Beaches.
Shari Nementzik
WHO Magazine Deputy Editor
Shari graduated from the University of Leeds with a Bachelor’s degree and honours in Broadcast Journalism before completing her Masters in Media Practice. She started at Woman’s Day as an intern in 2010 and worked her way up from writer to TV Editor and then Entertainment Editor before moving to Cosmopolitan magazine as Features Director and later Acting Editor. During her time at Cosmopolitan she was awarded B&T’s 30 Under 30 Journalist of the Year award and was nominated for an Australian Magazine Award for her campaign against domestic violence. From there she took on the role of Managing Editor for NW and OK! magazines before being made Editor of OK! and most recently Deputy Editor of Who.