Book lovers sit down for an insightful evening with best-selling rural author Fiona Palmer

Kellie BalaamAlbany Advertiser
Fiona Palmer with Paperbark's Billie-Jo Whitbread at the launch of Tiny Little Lies in Albany this week.
Camera IconFiona Palmer with Paperbark's Billie-Jo Whitbread at the launch of Tiny Little Lies in Albany this week. Credit: Kellie Balaam/Kellie Balaam

Pingaring author Fiona Palmer made her way to Albany this week to host a book launch for her latest novel, Tiny White Lies.

A crowd of about 20 fans attended the evening event at Six Degrees.

Paperbark’s Billie-Jo Whitbread joined Palmer for a Q&A, with the pair chatting about the new book and Palmer’s life in country Pingaring.

After the launch, guests enjoyed a live performance by The Shantymen.

Mandy Roberts and Kelly Small.
Camera IconMandy Roberts and Kelly Small. Credit: Kellie Balaam
Karen Ness, Christine Newbold and Kristen Norris.
Camera IconKaren Ness, Christine Newbold and Kristen Norris. Credit: Kellie Balaam
Former Pingaring residents Lee Patrick and her aunty Ida Byass.
Camera IconFormer Pingaring residents Lee Patrick and her aunty Ida Byass. Credit: Kellie Balaam
Listening to Fiona Palmer.
Camera IconListening to Fiona Palmer. Credit: Kellie Balaam

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