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News  •  7 January 2020

 

Authors For Fireys

Australian authors band together to support the Country Fire Authority.

Led by I Am Out With Lanterns author Emily Gale, the #AuthorsForFireys Twitter auction aims to raise funds for the Country Fire Authority (CFA).

Authors are auctioning off a variety of items including signed books, illustrations, unique experiences, one-off opportunities and writers' services. For more information visit authorsforfireys.wixsite.com/website or search #AuthorsForFireys on Twitter.

Some of the Penguin Random House authors taking part in Authors For Fireys are listed below.

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