Meet one of the most-borrowed library authors in the UK!
Bestselling saga author Rosie Goodwin will be in Peterborough to enjoy a relaxed afternoon event with readers.
She will be talking about her brand new book Mothering Sunday, the first book in the Days of the Week series.
It's 1884 and 14-year-old Sunday Small has been in the Nuneaton workhouse since she was abandoned at birth. The regime is cruel, and if it were not for the lovely Miss Beau who comes in every week to teach the inmate children their letters, and her dear little friend Daisy, Sunday's life would barely be worth living. And now she's attracted the unwelcome attention of the workhouse master, who will stop at nothing to get her alone and will not take no for an answer.
Rosie will be ‘in conversation’ about the new book and about her life as a writer. Afternoon Tea will be provided after the talk.
Rosie Goodwin has written a number of bestselling classic, contemporary and historical sagas, including the Dilly’s Story series beloved of library borrowers everywhere. She worked in social services for many years. She lives near Nuneaton with her husband and their three dogs. Rosie is now rated amongst the top 100 most borrowed library authors in the UK.
Tickets can be booked in advance at any Peterborough Library, or at Waterstones Peterborough.