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Exclusive Event For Nalini Singh Fans


Exclusive Event For Nalini Singh Fans

Auckland fans of Nalini Singh will be able to get their hands on a copy of her latest book before it's available in bookstores.

Whitcoulls is holding a launch event at the Queen St store where eager fans will be able to enjoy refreshments, hear Nalini speak and, most importantly, get their hands on Archangel's Blade (book 4 in the Guild Hunter series) the night before it goes on general sale.

Nalini is New Zealand's most prolific New York Times bestselling author with ten books appearing on the prestigious list to date. She currently writes two series - the Guild Hunter Series and the Psy-Changeling series - which have won her fans all around the world.

Event details: Whitcoulls Corner, Queen St, Monday 12 September, 6pm. Entry is free. Register attendance in-store, via phone (09 356 5400) or email (cor@whitcoulls.co.nz)

For more information on Nalini or her books visit www.nalinisingh.com

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