An Evening with Joanna Trollope

An Evening with Joanna Trollope
  • The Great Hall at Alleyns School, Townley Road, Dulwich, London, SE22 8SU
    The Great Hall at Alleyns School
    Townley Road Dulwich London, SE22 8SU UNITED KINGDOM
  • 07/03/2018 19:30 - 07/03/2018 19:30

£10.00

Join Village Books on Wednesday 7 March for an evening of chat and conversation with Joanna Trollope Joanna will share with you her thoughts on writing, tell you about her latest novel and where she gets her storylines from. BOOK TICKETS HERE. Tickets are £10/£8 This event begins at 7.30pm and is taking place in The Great Hall at Alleyns school, Townley Road, Dulwich SE22 8SU Joanna's latest novel, An Unsuitable Match, is an a uplifting story of love, family and second chances. 'Why on earth, after all you've been through, all you've survived, all you've achieved, why do you want to get married?' Rose Woodrowe has just got engaged to Tyler Masson - a wonderful, sensitive man who is head-over-heels in love with her. The only problem? This isn't the first time for either of them, and their five grown-up children have strong opinions on the matter . . . Like Rose's daughter, Laura, who remembers her parents' painful divorce and doesn't want to see her mother hurt again. Or the twins, Emmy and Nat, who simply don't trust the man their mother has fallen for. Then there's Tyler's children: Seth, too busy with his San Francisco sourdough bakery to get to know his father's new partner; and Mallory, the aspiring actress, who is still wrestling with the issues of her own childhood. Who to listen to? Who to please? Rose and Tyler are determined to get it right this time, but in trying to make everyone happy, can they ever be happy themselves?

Joanna Trollope is the author of many highly acclaimed and bestselling novels, including The Rector's Wife, Marrying the Mistress, Daughters in Law and City of Friends. She was appointed OBE in 1996, and a trustee of the National Literacy Trust in in 2012. She has chaired the Whitbread and Orange Awards, as well as being a judge of many other literature prizes; she has been part of two DCMS panels on public libraries and is patron of numerous charities, including Meningitis Now, and Chawton House Library. In 2014, she updated Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility as the opening novel in the Austen Project.