Maeve Haran is an Oxford law graduate, former television producer and mother of three grown-up children. She started her writing career with the international bestseller, Having It All, which explored the dilemmas of balancing career and motherhood. Her recent novel, The Time of Their Lives, is a must-read for anyone who wasn't born yesterday and isn't ready to grow old. "
"Her books have been translated into twenty-six languages, and two have been shortlisted for Romantic Novel of the Year. She lives in North London with her husband and a very scruffy Tibetan terrier.
How would it feel to be the inspiration for a legendary love song? Maeve Haran finds out in her latest novel, What Became of You, My Love?
What does it mean to be a mother? A best friend, a cook, a life coach, a taxi service, a shoulder to cry on? Mothers are often painted in fiction as the epitome of perfection - their patience knows no bounds, their love is unconditional, and they would gladly make any sacrifice necessary for the ...
Maeve Haran, author of The Time of Their Lives, on why turning sixty-four isn't so bad.
Maeve Haran addresses whether sixty is the new forty in her blockbuster new book.
Maeve Haran, bestselling author of Having It All and The Way We Were, shares the things she wishes someone had told her about love when she was eighteen years old.
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