Firmdale Book Salons: In Conversation with Lorraine Candy & Christie Watson
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- Charlotte Street Hotel
- Monday, 22nd May at 6.30pm
- Includes a glass of wine or non-alcoholic cocktail
- £20 per person
- £45 includes a two course menu and a glass of wine at Oscar Restaurant
Authors and friends Lorraine Candy (What’s Wrong with Me?) and Christie Watson (Quilt on Fire) discuss midlife, female friendship and parenting in what will be a frank, funny and insightful evening. The 'in conversation' will be hosted by journalist and author Kate Maxwell.
Lorraine Candy is a mother of four and an award-winning journalist with over a decade of experience writing about parenting in national newspapers and magazines. She is also the co-host of the chart-topping lifestyle podcast Postcards from Midlife, which features the stories of spirited midlife women and tackles parenting adolescents. Formerly the editor-in-chief of Sunday Times Style, ELLE and Cosmopolitan, she is now focusing full-time on writing.
Christie Watson is Professor of Medical Humanities at UEA and worked as an NHS nurse for over twenty years. She has written five books, including her first novel Tiny Sunbirds Far Away, which won the Costa First Novel Award, and memoir, The Language of Kindness which was a number one Sunday Times bestseller. Christie is a contributor to The Times, Sunday Times, Guardian, Daily Telegraph and TEDx, and her work has been translated into 23 languages and adapted for theatre.