Panel Event to discuss Romance Genre

Two of Midas’ best loved authors Nicola Cornick and Sarah Morgan will be appearing a Valentine’s Panel Event discussing the Romance genre on Monday 13th February at Tottenham Court Road Waterstones. They will be joined by Jean Fullerton and Isabelle Broom to discuss the romance genre and all its curious qualities with Woman & Home books editor Fanny Blake. Each ticket entitles the guest to a free glass of wine.

Each writer is an expert in the field of Romance. Nicola Cornick is best known for her historical romances, the latest of which, The Phantom Tree, has been described as My Weekly as “a historical romantic mystery that kept me gripped from the first page!” Sarah Morgan is famous for her Happy Endings in her Puffin Island series, her new book is New York, Actually. Jean Fullerton is another period romance writer; her East London Nurses Series is well-loved by fans. Isabelle Broom had her second book, A Year and a Day, out at the end of last year, as the books editor for Heat Magazine she is well versed in the world of popular Romance novels.

For more details about the event visit https://www.waterstones.com/events/what-is-romance-a-valentines-panel-discussion-on-this-timeless-genre/london-tottenham-court-road

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