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The Hot Mess Clubhouse: a Funny Authors Special

Thursday 11th July 18:30 at London - Gower Street

Welcome to The Hot Mess Clubhouse, a regular event at Waterstones Gower Street, featuring different fantastically funny women

This July, the Clubhouse welcomes not just one amazingly funny woman but three. In this summer's Funny Authors Special, host Lucy Vine will be in conversation with the totally brilliant Daisy Buchanan, Ayisha Malik and Rosie Walsh.

Daisy is the author of The Sisterhood a gorgeous, hilarious memoir about growing up as the eldest of six girls. In her typically warm and brilliant way, Daisy explores the subjects of feminism, family, and the ways women connect with each other.

Ayisha's latest beautiful, uplifting novel, This Green and Pleasant Land (out 13th June) is about belonging and not belonging. Everything changes when Bilal Hasham’s mother makes a deathbed plea: to build a mosque in his sleepy country village. And soon, battle lines are drawn...

Rosie is the international best-selling author of heart-breaking (and heart-fixing) novel The Man Who Didn't Call (out in paperback 25th July). Imagine you meet a man, spend a glorious week together, and fall in love. But then he doesn’t call. Your friends tell you to forget him, but you know they're wrong: something must have happened.

Join us for a joyful, intimate evening of laughing, cupcakes and conversation.

London - Gower Street Waterstones, London - Gower Street
Thursday 11th July 18:30
£10
£8 Students & Waterstones Plus cardholders

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