We are so excited to share that three of our incredible authors will be speaking at Waterstones Bristol’s Fiction Evening at 7pm on Friday, April 8th. Nikki May, Emma Stonex, and Lizzie Pook will be taking part in a panel discussion about their wonderful debut novels.
Nikki May’s highly anticipated Wahala published this January – following the complicated lives of three Anglo-Nigerian friends in London, it is a razor-sharp tale of womanhood, food, and relationships. Excitingly, Wahala is set to become a major TV series, with filming starting later this year. Readers can get their hands on a copy here.
Emma Stonex’s The Lamplighters is an intoxicating tale inspired by real events, which narrates the unresolved mystery of three lighthouse keepers that go missing off the coast of Cornwall in 1972 and the women that loved them. The Lamplighters published last year to critical acclaim, hitting the Sunday Times bestseller list’s Top 10 and spending an impressive 17 weeks in the Sunday Times Top 40! You can purchase your copy here.
Lizzie Pook’s mesmerising debut Moonlight and the Pearler’s Daughter launched in Australia this February, and publishes in the UK on March 3rd. Described by early reviewers as ‘stunning’ and ‘vividly atmospheric’, Lizzie’s novel is set in the beautifully harsh landscape of Western Australia, where a prominent pearler’s daughter is on the hunt for the truth behind her father’s sudden disappearance. If you haven’t pre-ordered your copy yet, do so here!
We are so looking forward to what is set to be a fabulous evening! Reserve your free tickets here.