Join the authors of Last Christmas in Paris: A Novel of World War I on Sunday, October 8 at 1:00pm for a book talk and signing! New York Times bestselling author Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb will both be at The Doylestown Bookshop to celebrate their unforgettably romantic novel of the Great War.
Hazel Gaynor is a New York Times bestselling, award-winning author, who lives in County Kildare, Ireland with her husband and two children. Her 2014 debut historical novel The Girl Who Came Home—A Novel of the Titanic hit the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists, and went on to win the 2015 Historical Novel of the Year award from the Romantic Novelists’ Association in London. Her second novel A Memory of Violets, was also a New York Times bestseller, and her third, The Girl from The Savoy was an Irish Times and Globe & Mail bestseller. The book was also a finalist for the 2016 Irish Book Awards. All Hazel’s novels have been received to critical-acclaim and have been translated into a number of foreign languages. Her forthcoming titles in 2017 – The Cottingley Secret (August) and Last Christmas in Paris (October, co-written with Heather Webb) have already received an impressive array of early reviews. Hazel is represented by Michelle Brower at Aevitas Creative, New York. To learn more, visit her website at www.hazelgaynor.com.
Heather Webb is a former military brat and traveling addict, who at last has settled in a rural town in New England. For a decade she put her degrees in French and Cultural Geography to good use teaching high school students. When the writing bug hit, she left her job to make her way in the dangerous world of publishing.
Her historical novels Becoming Josephine and Rodin's Lover, published by Penguin Random House, have received starred national reviews, and Rodin's Lover was a Goodread’s Top Pick in 2015. Her works have sold in 10 countries and have been featured in national print media including the the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, Elle, France Magazine, Dish Magazine, the Washington Independent Review of Books, and more. To learn more, visit her website at www.heatherwebbauthor.com.
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