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Charity starts at BDS' home

New Zealand-based  author Charity Norman made a special visit to the BDS office on Friday 31 August to visit staff (no, we didn't quite 'See her in September', groan). 

We enthusiastically asked questions about her life as an author and details of her books. We have four of her titles in the scheme.

Charity was on her way to the Ngaio Marsh Awards for crime literature, for which she'd been nominated; the awards were announced during the WORD Christchurch festival. 

In May last year, Charity featured in our Book Night event in the Hawke's Bay. That event was standing room only, which reflects the appeal of her novels to BDS readers and beyond.

Here she is at the BDS office signing some of her titles (with a smile on her face despite her 5.30am start to the day and a lingering lurgy):

    
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