Join us at Thought Foundation to celebrate the publication of Carolyn Jess-Cooke's new novel THE BLAME GAME!
Described by LoveReading as 'Beautifully complex yet simply told in a way that really digs deep into the themes that anchor the tale. Whitley Bay-based author Carolyn will talk the inspiration for this new book, how a serious car accident while in Belize in her early 20s found its way into the book, and how she tackled the tricky issue of a storyline set partly in the Alps, requiring extensive knowledge of climbing expeditions....
Carolyn's new novel follows her previous works I KNOW MY NAME and BOY WHO COULD SEE DEMONS as a dynamic and emotional work of psychological fiction.
More on the author-
Carolyn Jess-Cooke is a poet and novelist whose works have been translated into 23 languages, won many awards, and have been optioned for film and television. Her latest book, THE BLAME GAME, explores the explosive effects of a split-second decision in the past, and offers a compelling study of guilt, disability, and secrets upon a family unit. She is based in Whitley Bay and her next novel, THE NESTING, is published Jan 2020.
Stephanie Butland is the author of beloved bookshop tale 'Lost For Words' and her new novel 'The Woman in the Photograph' is released in ebook and paperback in July 2019 (available for pre-order now). Stephanie lives in Northumberland, close to the place where she grew up. She writes in a studio at the bottom of her garden, and loves being close to the sea. She's thriving after cancer.
6:30pm at Thought Foundation
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