Award-winning author Gail Honeyman will visit Edge Hill University to discuss her debut novel and Sunday Times bestseller Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.
As part of the Big Read campaign, Gail will be visiting the University on Wednesday 30th January and will be in conversation with Roy Bayfield, Director of Corporate Communications, at a special event.
Gail will be talking to students, staff and members of the community about the process of writing her novel and will discuss the key themes addressed in her book. She will also answer questions from the audience and will be available to sign books and have photographs at the end of the event.
The event will be held in The Arts Centre on Wednesday 30th January from 2:30pm.
Visit www.edgehill.ac.uk/events/2019/01/30/in-conversation-with-gail-honeyman to book your free tickets – please note there are a limited number of tickets available so book quickly to avoid missing out.
The Edge Hill University Big Read is a shared reading scheme for students, staff and the wider community. The Big Read initiative aims to give every new student something in common with other first years and to create links between them and the wider University community, all before they arrive on campus. Find out more here: www.edgehill.ac.uk/bigread