Come listen & meet The Drover’s Daughter!

In February 2017 we had the pleasure of publishing The Drover’s Daughter by Patsy Kemp, an amazing memoir about her growing up on stock routes of sheep transport in New South Wales and Queensland in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Her story is full of warmth, honesty and humour and now we’re so excited to announce that she will be coming to local libraries in Melbourne to speak about her book. If you’re interested to come along and enjoy her giving a voice to a neglected part of Australian history you can find her speaking at the below and times:

Monday 15 May
Moonie Library                                 9.30am-10.30am
Meandarra Library                           1.30pm-3.30pm

Tuesday 16 May
Wandoan Library                              11.30am-1.00pm
Jandowae Library                             6.30pm-7.30pm

Wednesday 17 May
Chinchilla Library                              1.30pm-3.00pm

Thursday 18 May
Tara Library                                         11.00am-12.00pm
Dalby Library                                      6.00pm-8.00pm

Friday 19 May
Bell Library                                          9.30am-10.30am

Booking details:
Western Downs Libraries website, with full details and a link to bookings:
A direct link to the Eventbrite page:

‘Serpent Song’ more than music to the ears!

Recently we here at Brolga were very excited to see and be a part of the launch Serpent Song by Toni Grant – A highly anticipated crime thriller and first book by the talented author that explores many themes; romance, betrayal, greed, moral conflict and emotional vulnerability while keeping you on the edge of your seat with its immersive language and scene setting.

You should watch out for this amazing new title as it slithers onto the shelves of all good book retailers, it’ll strike you and you’ll become enraptured with every twist and turn as the protagonist and strong female lead, Mila Salucci starts to investigate the death of a biker and this intrigue will unknowingly will lead her across the globe from Sydney to Rome, meeting those trafficking drugs and others involved within the various Australian crime gangs and their internal power struggles. Nothing will prepare Mila as with her life in danger she takes refuge in the outback and she must come to terms with her biggest battle yet – her past.
Serpent Song is set to be a duology, with a sequel to Serpent Song to come in the near future, just in case you can’t wait to sink your fangs into more of Toni Grant’s work.

Serpent Song is available in all good bookstores and you can also order a copy from us by contacting –
ISBN: 9781925367805