Holly Bourne in conversation with Daisy Buchanan at Waterstones Piccadilly

Thursday 8th September 2022
18:30 at Waterstones, London - Piccadilly

Holly Bourne in conversation with Daisy Buchanan at Waterstones Piccadilly

Join us and bestselling author Holly Bourne as we celebrate the publication of her new novel Girl Friends. From the bestselling author of How Do You Like Me Now comes a blisteringly funny and heartbreaking novel of female friendship at its strongest - and at its most vulnerable.

Holly started her writing career as a news journalist, where she was nominated for Best Print Journalist of the Year. She then spent six years working as an editor, a relationship advisor, and general ‘agony aunt’ for a youth charity – helping young people with their relationships and mental health. Inspired by what she saw, she started writing teen fiction, including the best-selling, award-winning Spinster Club series which helps educate teenagers about feminism. When she turned thirty, Holly wrote her first adult novel, examining the intensified pressures on women once they hit that landmark. Alongside her writing, Holly has a keen interest in women’s rights and is an advocate for reducing the stigma of mental health problems. She’s helped create online apps that teach young people about sexual consent and is an ambassador for Women’s Aid.

Book + Ticket option includes one copy of Girl Friends (RRP £16.99) available for collection on the day.

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