“I’m Liz Hayes: A Memoir” by Liz Hayes

Lee and Victoria weren’t the only ones to love “I’m Liz Hayes: A Memoir” by Liz Hayes… Here is what the QBD crew thought:

Beloved, Australian television icon, Liz Hayes, has written a searingly honest and warm-hearted memoir, “I’m Liz Hayes”, on her life of adventure as a presenter and investigative journalist.

For over forty years, Liz has been a friendly face on our television screens. Millions of Australian viewers watched Liz co-host the Today Show and for over 25 years watched her on Sunday nights dive into complicated and troublesome stories on 60 Minutes. From visiting active warzones to camping in grizzly bear filled woods, Liz has almost done it all. However, after a lifetime of reporting on the lives of others – when disaster hit her own family, Liz realised that sometimes the most difficult story to tell is your own.

This memoir is delightfully written and infused with humour, self-reflection, heartache, and of course, Liz’s flair for adventure. She expertly guides you through her early life as a dairy farmer’s daughter to a seasoned journalist and television icon. This long-awaited glimpse into the behind-the-scenes of Liz’s life is a must-read for this November.

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