An American-born author, living in London, Sue Guiney is on her way to Thailand and Cambodia to introduce her second novel, titled A Clash of Innocents
and published by Ward & Wood Publishing in the UK. Focused on the lives of people, both foreign and Khmer, involved in an orphanage in Cambodia, this is a triumph of love in adversity. After a stop-over in Bangkok, Sue will be winging her way to Phnom Penh where she will host a 'meet the author' session at Van's restaurant on the evening of Friday 18 March from 6.30pm. The event will give Sue an opportunity to read excerpts from her book as well as the involvement of youngsters from a charity close to her heart, Anjali House. And the refreshments are free too. You can find out more at Sue's website here
Don't forget two events that will rock Phnom Penh this week. The Like Me's
will be fresh from their three gigs in Siem Reap and will be strutting their stuff at the Parkway Studios on Mao Tse Toung Boulevard on Thursday from 8pm, with the benefits going to the Anvaya initiative and Cambodian Living Arts. I know the girls would love a big crowd to give them a great send-off before they head back to the States and to support their two initiatives. Tickets are selling at $8. Then on Friday, at Equinox, the Cambodian Space Project
will be hosting their return gig after their arrival back from Australia and before they head out on the road again, heading for the US via Hong Kong and China. These guys are certainly clocking up the air miles these days.
Labels: A Clash of Innocents, Cambodian Space Project, Sue Guiney, The Like Me's