To mark the launch of her new novel, The Two Hearts of Eliza Bloom, author Beth Miller will be in conversation with fellow author and New Writing South Programme Manager, Sharon Duggal. Beth will discuss writing motivations, inspirations, and what keeps her writing.
Beth Miller writes fiction and non-fiction. Her first two novels with Ebury, When We Were Sisters and The Good Neighbour were much-admired and her third novel, The Two Hearts of Eliza Bloom will be published by Bookouture on 1st March 2019, and her fourth – working title, The Divorce Book – will be published in August 2019.
Beth has published two non-fiction books with Summersdale: For the Love of the Archers (a best-seller that has gone into three editions), and For the Love of Shakespeare. Beth teaches on the Creative Writing Programme, and works as a book coach for other writers. She will be a tutor at Arvon later this year.
About The Two Hearts of Eliza Bloom:
‘Charming and, ultimately, uplifting… laugh-out-loud funny yet also, at times, heartbreaking’
Bloom, an Orthodox Jew, is weeks away from an arranged marriage to
Nathan, when she falls in love with Alex and elopes with him on the day
of her wedding – to the shame and horror of her family. Fast forward to
2016, and Eliza’s teenage daughter discovers an explosive secret that
threatens to destroy everything….
Tickets £3 (includes a glass of wine)