Rocky and I would like to invite you to the launch of Rocky and Gawenda: the story of a man and his mutt this coming Saturday, October 3 at 10.15 for 10.30 at Veg Out, the St Kilda communal vegetable garden at Peanut Reserve, near Luna Park.
Tim Costello, a former Mayor of St Kilda and now CEO of World Vision and of course one of our great social justice advocates, will launch the book.
Rocky will be there so please bring your dog(s) if you have one. But please keep them on a leash. There will be liver treats for the dogs and refreshments for the humans. The St Kilda farmers market is on as well, so what a morning is in store for you if you turn up! And both Rocky and I will be more than pleased to sign copies of the book.
There will be another post this week, a longer one, because Rocky and I are still discussing the merits of getting him a companion and frankly, we are also talking about whether Rocky and Gawenda can continue, given that the writing has taken a surprising turn(see last post).
Yom Kippur starts this evening(Sunday), the most solemn of Jewish religious days, the Day of Atonement. While I have abandoned the faith more or less, Yom Kippur remains a day of reflection for me. And memories. I shall write about this–and more–in my next post.
And I will post details of further events–in Sydney and Melbourne– to mark the launch of our book.
But remember, Rocky and Gawenda: the story of a man and his mutt will be launched next Saturday October 3 at 10.15 for 10.30 at Veg Out, Peanut Reserve, near Luna Park, by Tim Costello. Please come if you feel like it.