It’s described on the Curtis Brown site as ‘a fast-paced mystery and a moving meditation on memory and identity, told through Maud’s unforgettable voice.’ Until recently, Emma was employed as a web content administrator at UEA, which is where she met her agent Karolina Sutton of Curtis Brown.
(Bloomsbury, 2013) on the shelves in Waterstones’ YA section, in Greenwich the other day. Cristin took part in the first Novelists’ Club six-month course back in 2009. To read reviews of the book on Goodreads Congratulations to 28-year-old Emma Healey who attended a couple of LWW workshops way back in 20.I remember her incredible dedication to writing 750 words a day, EVERY day. Her debut novel was the object of intense interest at the London Bookfair this year, with publishers from all over the world bidding for rights. Are you searching for Private Live Sex Chat with really Sexy Cam Girls, Milf, Boys, Trans and more?Thousands Top UK models waiting for Live Sex Video Chat with you.
is the story of Maud, an elderly woman slipping into dementia while also struggling to find her best friend Elizabeth.
As her mind drifts back to the 1940s, Maud leaves notes around the flat to remind her of her quest but struggles to remember what she had for lunch or whether her daughter has been to visit yet.