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Join Louise Pentland and Lucy Vine on the Wilde Women Book Tour!

Monday 29th July 19:00 at Leeds

Join Louise Pentland and Lucy Vine for a fun night out as they chat about their fantastic new books!

Tickets: £15 includes entry and an exclusive limited edition of Wilde Women with pink sprayed edges or £5 general admission. All tickets include a complimentary refreshment on the night. 
 
Louise Pentland is the number one and award-winning parenting vlogger in the UK and the bestselling author of Wilde Like Me and Wilde About the Girl, which follow single mum Robin Wilde as she navigates life. Wilde Women, her much anticipated new funny and feel-good novel is this year’s perfect summer read.
 
Meet Robin Wilde: mum, newly-appointed official girlfriend, make-up artist extraordinaire and general plate-spinning, life-juggling, balance-seeking badass. Or so she likes to think.
Everything seems to be slotting into place but she still feels she’s blagging it.

Although their lives sound great on paper, cracks are beginning to show. Robin’s best friend Lacey is struggling to bond with her baby, her lovely Auntie Kath suddenly seems distant and her daughter Lyla is finding it hard to adapt to having a man in their lives. Now Robin has been asked to go to the States for work, and it seems like the getaway they all need. Look out New York, Robin and her girls are on their way!

But will the city that never sleeps make or break them?
Leeds Waterstones, Leeds
Monday 29th July 19:00
£15
£5

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