Author comes to Busselton

Busselton Dunsborough Times
Holly Ringland speaking during the event.
Camera IconHolly Ringland speaking during the event. Credit: Supplied.

Author Holly Ringland spoke to a packed room at Barefoot Books last Thursday night about her acclaimed novel The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart.

In her debut novel, flowers are used as tools for communication after nine-year-old Alice Hart suffers a family tragedy.

The novel follows Alice over 20 years, from her childhood living on a cane field farm, then to her grandmother’s flower farm, after which she flees to the central Australian desert.


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Isobel Busher and Holly Ringland.
Camera IconIsobel Busher and Holly Ringland. Credit: Supplied.
Maddi Jeffery and Holly Ringland.
Camera IconMaddi Jeffery and Holly Ringland. Credit: Supplied.
Jacinta Lee & Michelle Conaboy.
Camera IconJacinta Lee & Michelle Conaboy. Credit: Supplied.
Bev Clarke & Bethywn Hartnett.
Camera IconBev Clarke & Bethywn Hartnett. Credit: Supplied.

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