AUTHOR Jennifer Pulling will be talking about her latest novel at Shoreham Library on Saturday.
The writer, who lives in Shoreham, will be reading excerpts from her novel Monet’s Angels and signed copies will be available to buy on the day.
Jennifer will also be talking about the creative writing process.
The event will start at 11am at Shoreham Library, in St Mary’s Road, Shoreham. Tickets are free, but should be booked in advance at the library or by calling 01273 467966.
Jennifer is a successful writer in a number of diverse areas, including travel writing, the relationship between serial killer Harold Shipman and his wife, and events surrounding the life of Monet at Giverny.
Her play, Bird of Fire, formed part of her Seashore Theatre Company’s Theatre Trail during the Adur Festival in 2011.
Jennifer is also an experienced journalist. Her features have appeared in many national newspapers, including the Daily Telegraph, The Times, Daily Mail and magazines such as Woman’s Journal, Woman’s Weekly and OK.
Monet’s Angels is a story of passion and intrigue, featuring two women drawn together by destiny. Their backgrounds are worlds apart. Blanche is provincial French and middle aged, while Judith is a young, beautiful, rich heiress. Their common ground lies in Claude Monet, the impressionist painter.
The story is set before the First World War, when a beautiful house and garden inspired some of the world’s greatest paintings.