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The brilliant Marian Keyes

Published by Emma Lee-Potter in on Friday 7th November 2014

“It’s five years since I’ve been able to do a public reading event.” Those were Marian Keyes’s words as she settled into her chair for a Q&A with Sunday Times columnist India Knight at Waterstones in London’s Piccadilly this week. The event marked the publication of Keyes’s 12th novel, The Woman Who Stole My Life, and when she saw the sell-out audience in front of her she admitted: “I’m overwhelmed. ...keep reading

Behind the black door

Published by Emma Lee-Potter in on Monday 4th April 2011

As book clubs go, Grazia’s must be one of the starriest. The event, held at Waterstone’s in Piccadilly, boasts champagne, cup cakes, goody bags and celebrity guests. When Emma Freud interviewed Sarah Brown about her newly-published Behind the Black Door this month, the audience included the likes of actor Bill Nighy, Four Weddings and a Funeral creator Richard Curtis and Grazia editor Jane Bruton. I was mesmerised by Nighy, chic ...keep reading