Summer Stories: Lindsey Kelk, Paige Toon and Lucy Vine in conversation at Piccadilly (2nd date added)

Summer Stories: Lindsey Kelk, Paige Toon and Lucy Vine in conversation at Piccadilly (2nd date added)

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Où ?

Waterstones

203-206 Piccadilly, London, W1V 9LW
Quand ?

lundi 10 juin de 18:00 à 21:30

Combien ?

À partir de £4

(1 autre option disponible)

Description

Having sold out their first event on the 5th of June, Waterstones Piccadilly is delighted to welcome back best-selling authors Lindsey Kelk, Paige Toon and Lucy Vine in conversation.

Sunday Times bestseller Paige Toon is the author of seventeen novels which have sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide. Paige’s latest novel, If You Could Go Anywhere tells the story of 27 year-old Angie who has always had a yearning for travel; after hearing stories from travellers visiting her small mining town. After the loss of her grandmother, Angie decides to start an adventure in Italy, in hope of finding her father. Paige’s booked have been praised as ‘tender, heart-breaking and magical’ by Giovanna Fletcher, ‘wonderfully heartfelt’ by Heat Magazine and ‘poignant and lovely, warm and wise’ by Milly Johnson; this is the inspiring read for everybody’s beach bag in 2019.

Bestselling author Lindsey Kelk is celebrating the publication of I Heart Hawaii, the much anticipated final book in the I Heart series. I Heart Hawaii invites readers to hear the story of Angela Clark. When invited on a press trip to Hawaii by her best friend, Angela dreams of a relaxing trip filled with beautiful beaches, blue skies and cocktails; but can’t escape her usual scrapes and nothing seems to go to plan. Lindsey’s writing has been described as ‘witty, funny, warm and wise’ by Marian Keyes.

Journalist and author Lucy Vine has regularly written for Grazia, Heat, Cosmo, Stylist and Marie Claire; Lucy wrote her first book in 2017, Hot Mess: Bridget Jones for a New Generation which has been optioned for television. Her books celebrate the importance of female friendship and the importance of heroines in our lives; and her newest, Are We Nearly There Yet is out 27th June.

Please join us at Waterstones Piccadilly for what promises to be another entertaining yet thought-providing discussion.