Joanna joins Lucy Worsley historian, author, presenter and Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces, and bestselling author Kathy Lette who credits Austen with her wanting to become a writer, in pledging their support to Jane’s Fund during this significant year as the Museum’s 2017 ambassadors.
Great News! Do read the Culture magazine of The Sunday Times! (subscription only) – Click here – The magazine always publishes the Neilsen book charts in their Sunday Culture magazine – and to great excitement everywhere, Joanna’s new novel, City of Friends, has entered the charts at Number 2, in the Fiction Hardback section, after hardly a week on sale!
After visiting Cheshire, Lancashire and Shropshire, Joanna travelled across the Welsh border to Penarth and Monmouth. There was a very warm welcome and Joanna hugely enjoyed meeting everyone.
Monday 27th February 2017: Griffin Books hosted a lunchtime event which was held at Glamorgan Golf Club in Penarth. Joanna talked 100 guests about her new book, City of Friends, as well as her writing career, which spans over 40 years. Guests listened to Joanna reading an extract from the new book, and then went to visit each table for a chat, personally signing each guest’s copy of City of Friends.
Tuesday 28th February 2017: Rossiter Books welcomed Joanna to the Shire Hall in Monmouth where she spent the evening talking to an audience and signing copies of her new book.
Gusti Restaurant and Bar, in Lytham St Anns helped to celebrate Joanna’s new book, City of Friends, organised by Plackitt & Booth Booksellers . Everyone enjoyed a two course lunch, followed by a talk by Joanna. There was an opportunity to ask questions and meet Joanna afterwards. To find out more about Joanna’s book tour, visit Pan Macmillan’s Author Tour Page: Click Here
As part of her book tour Joanna joined Booka Bookshop for an evening event, to talk about her new book, City of Friends and her writing life.
What a woman! BIG thanks to Joanna Trollope for a hugely enjoyable event tonight #CityofFriends @panmacmillan
Linghams have posted lots of lovely photos on their Facebook Page of their event, this evening, with Joanna.
Joanna was talking to the audience and signing copies of her new book, City of Friends. Do have a look and see some of the fun they shared: Click Here.
In a fascinating interview in the Radio Times, discover how Joanna came to write about women in the workplace. “The 73-year-old writer is redressing the balance with her new novel, City of Friends,’ says Liz Hoggard.
“I just didn’t think there were any serious novels about women and work,” says Joanna. “There were a few novels about women in the City, on the trading floor, behaving like men, getting drunk and having sex with clients. They were tough-girl, ladette novels. But I couldn’t find one about the way women work – because I don’t think they work the same way as men.”
Click Here to read the full article.
As part of the launch of Joanna’s new book – City of Friends – Joanna will be taking part in BBC Breakfast on 23rd February. The Guardian said: What Trollope is really doing here is busting the myth embraced by younger educated women that we can have it all. So do switch on and see what Joanna has to say about this, her twentieth book, and her writing life.
Meet bestselling author Joanna Trollope as she travels around the UK in support of her new book City of Friends. Joanna will be travelling around the country meeting fans, signing books and discussing the incredible experiences she has had writing novels over the past few decades.
Do visit Pan Macmillan’s website – Click Here – to see where Joanna will be. Whether it’s a book signing, a literary lunch, or to hear Joanna talk about her new book and her writing life, there’s plenty to chose from!
Joanna has published a video in which she talks about City of Friends, her brand new novel. Do visit Joanna’s Video page on this website – Click Here – to watch and listen. It is not long now until 23rd February when City of Friends will be published.