Upcoming events

24th February 2018 – From 2pm I’ll be at Westbourne Books, Westbourne, Dorset signing copies of Swimming Lessons.

1st March 2018 – The Book That Inspired Me, an event at Waterstones, Islington, London. I’ll be interviewed by Rachel Malik (author of Miss Boston and Miss Hargreaves) about how the book, We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson has inspired my writing. The event is free and starts at 6.30pm

12th March 2018 – Reading at Loose Muse from Swimming Lessons, and a sneak preview of Bitter Orange. At The Discovery Centre, Winchester, Hampshire. This is also an open mic night for women writers, so do come and read some of your own work (all genders welcome in the audience!). Starts at 7.30pm and is £6 on the door.

14th March 2018 – Event at Ink@84 Bookshop, Highbury Park, London, together with Amanda Craig, author of The Lie of the Land. We’ll be discussing our books, fractured families, and Dorset and Devon (where our books are set). Tickets are £5 each in advance and include a drink.

19th March 2018 – Literary Afternoon Cream Tea, hosted by Little Ripon Bookshop, Ripon, Yorkshire, and held at The Old Deanery in Ripon. Tickets, which include a cream tea with me, and a copy of Swimming Lessons, cost £14 from the bookshop.

22nd March 2018 – hosted by Steyning Bookshop, Steyning, West Sussex. The event is in the Gluck Studio, costs £12 / £10 (including the book and refreshments) and starts at 7.30pm.

27th March 2018 – Event at House of St. Barnabas, London. More information to follow.

 

If you would like to book me for an event please get in touch with me directly or via Poppy North, my UK publicist at Penguin: pnorth@penguinrandomhouse.co.uk or Sabrina Wise my US publicist at Tin House: sabrina@tinhouse.com.

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