More Book-Signings for Best-Selling Author Justin Sheedy

Justin Sheedy Best-Selling Author

Best-Selling Author Justin Sheedy – photo by Danny Aarons

Since his latest book-signing, Justin Sheedy’s fifth and latest release, No Greater Love, has been a Number 1 Best-Seller at  Australia’s premier bookstore, the iconic Dymocks George Street Sydney. He is now delighted to have been invited to further signings at Dymocks Macquarie and Dymocks Broadway, two key bookstores which have supported his literary rise and rise over the past few years. 

Bringing to vivid life true Australian war history and events, No Greater Love is a saga of the drama, beauty, heroism and horror of a young Australian Spitfire pilot’s war journey through stunning Malta, Egypt and North Africa, Sicily, England and Europe. It is a salute to the hero girls the war places on his path, a portrait of the tragic, wholesale waste of war, on occasion even the profound humanity of his enemy.

No Greater Love is the story of Aussie rough-diamond, Colin Stone, of his loyalty and devotion to his friends, of his enduring love for the mother who abandoned him, and his dreams of being held by her once again.

Dates: Saturday 29th July 2017 – Time: 10am-5pm Venue: Dymocks Macquarie Centre
Saturday 5th August 2017 – Time: 10am-5pm Venue: Dymocks Broadway
Cost: Free (no bookings required)

Justin Sheedy lives in Sydney where he enjoys in-store signing events for his books, doing radio and press interviews re his writing, also guest author appearances at writers’ festivals around Australia. At such time as his well-received books are picked up by a major publishing company and he becomes indecently wealthy, he will then be able to more fully indulge in his passion for international travel. Until that time he will immerse himself in his (domestic) passions including writing and reading, classic TV & movies, comedy, music, pop culture & aviation, also historical documentaries, Mediterranean cooking, white wine, skiing, mountains and snow. He loves his mum and believes in laughter. Justin had his first book, "Goodbye Crackernight", published in 2009. A laugh-out-loud nostalgic portrait of childhood in 1970s Australia, "Goodbye Crackernight" was so warmly received by Australian readers that it secured Justin a place on the program of the prestigious Byron Bay Writers’ Festival 2010 and is currently orderable through all bookstores and online. Justin’s second book, "Nor the Years Condemn", published in 2011, saw him invited to the Gloucester Writers’ Festival 2012, due to popular demand Book 2 in the trilogy, "Ghosts of the Empire", being published in 2013. Justin’s long-awaited sequel to "Goodbye Crackernight" was published in 2014, "Memoirs of a Go-Go Dancer" being received with rave reviews. 2016 saw Justin’s books on display at the London Book Fair, his launch of Book 3 in this WWII trilogy, "No Greater Love", seven sell-out book-signings in a year at Australia’s premier bookstore, Dymocks Sydney, and his appearance as a guest author at Queensland’s WriteFest 2016. He has begun 2017 with more book-signings at Dymocks Sydney and Chatswood and is looking forward to his appearance as a guest author at Melbourne’s Historical Novel Society Australasia 2017 Conference in September. Justin very much hopes you will download your FREE ebook, his latest work, "Other People’s Wars" (click the cover above), and would love to hear from you and share your thoughts on his books at his Facebook page or on Twitter. Or contact him via the Contact page of this website. All Justin’s books are currently available internationally via Amazon, the Book Depository, Barnes & Noble online, Waterstones online and all leading book retail websites, in Australia at Dymocks bookstores, Gleebooks, Berkelouw Books and all good bookstores.

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