Book signing at city bookshop

2008-06-18 00:00

JIM Parker, author of Just Now, Now Now will be at Bookworld at Cascades Centre on June 21 from 10 am to sign books and talk to interested readers.

Just Now, Now Now is a memoir of an expat Englishman. It contrasts the life led in Pretoria as a senior diplomat after 1994 with his departure to a cane farm in Zululand. The book looks at how South Africans appear to the outside world, detailing the Parkers’ trials and exasperations with humour and candour.

For more information about the book signing, contact Coleen at Bookworld at 033 347 1962.

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