Bride thinks twice
Suzanne Carroll will share her thoughts about her first novel Over the Edge at Max Webber Library tomorrow night (October 2), 7-8pm.
By day, she works in an office where she scribbles plot ideas on yellow sticky notes, hoping they don’t end up on the departmental monthly report. One of these sticky notes turned into the novel.
In Over the Edge, Zoe Harper is due to marry Dan Costi in an over-the-top Sydney society wedding, complete with fire-eaters and belly dancers, in six weeks’ time.
When she receives an unexpected gift from her future mother-in-law, Zoe realises she’s making a huge mistake.
In a blazing argument, she breaks up with her fiance — and his mother, who has joined the fight via a conference call.
Carroll’s free author talk will be held in the Max Webber Library function centre.
Details: 9839 6620.
Road work begins
Motorists travelling along the Great Western Highway will soon benefit from improvements to the highway surface.
The state government will spend $835,000 to upgrade both sides of the Great Western Highway between Gipps and O’Connell streets at Werrington.
Night works will be carried out from Sunday to Friday, 8pm to 5am for one month, weather permitting.
The works aim to provide a more durable road surface.
“Residents and business operators have been advised of the planned road works and every effort will be made to reduce noise and traffic impacts along the road during the works,” Mulgoa MP Tanya Davies said.
Motorists can expect partial lane closures.
Details: 132 701 or livetraffic南京夜网.
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