Best-selling Norwich author will talk about process of writing at Great Yarmouth library
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Acclaimed Norwich author Rachel Hore will be talking about how she came to write her books later this month.
A trained historian and one time Romantic Novel of the Year nominee she will also introduce her latest book The House on Bellevue Gardens.
It tell the stories of an assortment of characters who find refuge in the shabby London address which itself needs rescuing.
One of her books A Place of Secrets was picked by Richard and Judy for their book club.
She will be meeting her readers and signing books at Great Yarmouth Library on Thursday March 23, 5.30-6.30pm.
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She has worked in publishing and teaches creative writing at the University of East Anglia. She is married to the writer DJ Taylor and they have three sons.
Tea and coffee and homemade cakes will be available. The event is free but booking is recommended via 01493 844551.
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