Thanks to everyone that turned out for my Bridgetown book launch of Captain Sneer.

It was a fantastic evening chatting to friends andimg_2347 meeting new people from around the South West.

What really impressed me was the astonishing amount of food my Mum and sister were able to produce towards the night. It took me half a day to make one batch of cheese straws while they produce copious amounts of delicious finger foods on the morning of the launch. Wow guys!

Two families of pirates turned up that I had to snaffle photos with. The youngest pirate
img_2370had the best ‘pirate sneer’ expression but unfortunately we didn’t capture it on camera.

I had an original pirate artwork as a door prize that was won by the Donnybrook-Bridgetown Mail journalist, Lee, who does such an amazing job covering these events.

After the piratey presentation that covered the progress of creating Captain Sneer the evening drew to a close.

A special thanks goes to my Dad, for being official photographer for the night, my brother, Jacob, for being the swanky barman and to my sister, Esther, for making some after launch goodies.

Also, a special thanks to the library staff and to Karen from the Manjimup-Bridgetown Times for writing up a super-duper article prior to the book launch.

Next launch, the State Library of WA, October 27th!

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One thought on “Bridgetown Book Launch – Captain Sneer

  1. Hi Gabriel

    I clean forgot about the launch that I really wanted to attend

    Great to see it was such a huge success and enjoyed by everyone – well done

    John PS Yes, your Mum and sisters are amazing cooks!

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