Cat Connor unveiled ‘[Whiskey Tango Foxtrot]’

Published on 08 August 2023

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Caption: Cat Connor with her latest book ‘[Whiskey Tango Foxtrot]’


Upper Hutt Libraries hosted an engaging book talk by popular local author, Cat Connor, last Friday night, as she presented her latest book ‘[Whiskey Tango Foxtrot]’ to a room full of captivated audience. The event brought together literature enthusiasts, book lovers, and community members eager to hear about the inspiration behind her new book. 

During the book talk, Cat Connor delved into the heart of her latest work which was set in Upper Hutt, sharing personal anecdotes and experiences that shaped the narrative. She spoke passionately about the themes explored in ‘[Whiskey Tango Foxtrot]’ and shared compelling stories about insights and things she learnt about Upper Hutt.  She once again demonstrated her wit and exceptional use of the English language, receiving praise from attendees for her ability to engage with her readers. 

His Worship, Mayor Wayne Guppy, attended the event to show support for the local literary community. An avid reader himself, he expressed his admiration for Cat Connor's contributions to our city’s literary landscape. 

"Cat Connor's latest book, ‘[Whiskey Tango Foxtrot]’, is a testament to her remarkable talent as a storyteller. It is truly inspiring to witness a local author garner such well-deserved international recognition for her work. Upper Hutt is proud to have such talented individuals who continue to enrich our community through the power of literature." 

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Caption: His Worship Mayor Wayne Guppy sharing his thoughts during Cat Connor's book talk on her latest book ‘[Whiskey Tango Foxtrot]’


The book talk concluded with a Q&A session, during which attendees had the opportunity to ask questions about her literary journey with ‘[Whiskey Tango Foxtrot]’ from start to end. Many left the event feeling inspired, eager to dive into the pages of ‘[Whiskey Tango Foxtrot]’ and spot the references to Upper Hutt. 


For more information about Cat Connor's latest book, visit her website