The Romantic one..

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It’s all about romance and relationships when authors Hazel Osmond, author of The Mysterious Miss Mayhew and Caroline Roberts, author of The Torn Up Marriage visit  Wakefield Library on Wednesday 18 May, 7- 8pm.

Hazel Osmond is a writer of short stories and romantic comedies. In 2008 she won the Woman & Home short story competition sponsored by Costa and in 2012 her first book, Who’s Afraid of Mr Wolfe? was shortlisted for the Romantic Novelists’ Association (RNA) Romantic Comedy award. comedy award.

About ‘The Mysterious Miss Mayhew’ Is telling the truth always right—even if someone vulnerable will get hurt? The Mysterious Miss Mayhew is a romantic comedy that takes a look at how slippery a concept honesty can be. Aren’t secrets an essential part of protecting your privacy, especially when you’re living in a small community?

Caroline Roberts enjoys writing about love, loss, betrayal, and family; stories that explore the emotions, showing how complex and yet beautiful our relationships can be. She also likes to write romantic comedy, letting the characters have a bit of fun too! She believes in following your dreams, which after ten years of writing and submitting, finally led her to a publishing deal with Harper Collins.

About ‘The Torn Up Marriage’   is a gritty and emotional read about love, loss, family and betrayal’’

A memory: golden-tipped sand dunes, early June heat-waves blurring the Northumberland coastline. Michael racing towards the shore, Emily on his shoulders, their laughter ringing out against the crash of the rolling waves. A family together.

Two years later, and the landscape of Kate’s marriage has changed irrevocably. When Michael comes home one evening and deals the fateful blow to their marriage, neither could have imagined the heart-wrenching journey stretching before them. Her happy home with Michael and their two beautiful girls is washed away like footprints in the sand.

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Wakefield Library and Museum

Wakefield One, Burton St. WF1 2DD

Tel: 01924 305376


Free event but advance booking is requested


Posted on April 29, 2016, in Authors, Book News, Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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