Join acclaimed author Guinevere Glasfurd for a talk and afternoon tea at Swaffham Assembly Rooms in aid of The Norfolk Hospice.

There will be an opportunity to have books signed by Guinevere at the event and books can be purchased too. 

Included is an afternoon tea which will be provided during the event. 

The event will chaired by Sarah Sands, the former editor of BBC Radio 4's Today programme. 

All profits raised from the event will benefit The Norfolk Hospice. 

About Guinevere Glasfurd
Guinevere Glasfurd was born in Lancaster and lives near Cambridge with her husband and daughter. Her debut novel, The Words in my Hand, was shortlisted for the 2016 Costa First Novel Award and Authors' Club Best First Novel Award and was longlisted in France for the Prix du Roman FNAC. Her second novel, The Year Without Summer, written with support from the MacDowell Colony Foundation, published in February 2020 and tells the story of the 1815 Mount Tambora eruption and the catastrophic events that followed. Awarded grants from the Arts Council England and the British Council for her novels, her writing has also appeared in the Scotsman, Mslexia and The National Galleries of Scotland. She is currently working on her third novel, a story of the Enlightenment, set in eighteenth century England and France. 

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