On 21st August I’ll be appearing with Fiona Shaw and Mandy Sutter at Ilkley Playhouse.
Billed as Love Triangle, we’ll be talking about our three very different ways of writing about love. There’ll be a chance to ask questions and find out too about our very different publishing journeys, so do come along if you can.
Historical romance writer Pamela Hartshorne’s novel ‘Time’s Echo’ is a tale of love, hate and warped desire that swings between the present day and 1577 York. Pamela also writes for Mills and Boon.
In Fiona Shaw’s ‘A Stone’s Throw’, a novel charting three generations of a family through the 20th century, a woman is haunted by her love and by her loss. Will her son be haunted too?
Ilkley-based Mandy Sutter’s debut novel ‘Stretching It’ is a contemporary comedy about the many things that can go wrong during the search for love – and some that can go right.
Join them for a stimulating discussion about what drew them to write about love in three such different ways – and at three such different times in history.
Tickets, available online, are £4.
For more details, see the Ilkley Playhouse website