A bestselling author is giving a talk and reading from her latest novel at an event at Berkhamsted Library.
Rowan Coleman will be talking about life as a writer, and reading from her new book, We Are All Made of Stars.
Rowan, aged 45, grew up in Berkhamsted, where she still lives with her husband and five children, including toddler twins.
We Are All Made of Stars is her 12th novel. Her previous works include the double award-winning Runaway Wife and The Sunday Times bestseller The Memory Book, which was also a Richard and Judy Book Club selection.
Rowan’s talk, at 7.15pm on Thursday, March 24, is part of LitFest ’16, a programme of more than 30 literary events on offer in Hertfordshire during March and April.
On Tuesday, April 12, the family of Call The Midwife author Jennifer Worth talk about the books and TV series at 10.30am at Tring Library.
And on Thursday, April 14, there’s a chance to find out more about Lincoln: Husband, Father, President, from local expert Andrew Houseman.
For a list of events and to book tickets, see www.hertsdirect.org/libraryeventtickets