Sunday Times Top 5 Best Seller Milly Johnson is showcasing her new book, “The Mother of All Christmases’, at a ‘Meet the Author’ afternoon tea at Mosborough Hall hotel on November 20, 2018.
The event offers literary fans the opportunity to meet this accomplished author in person, and begins with traditional afternoon tea, after which Milly will discuss her new book – the characters, the friendships and the inspiration – and share anecdotes and stories of her career. Guests can participate in an audience question and answer session, before meeting Milly as she signs their copy of her book.
The Mother of All Christmases is published by Simon & Schuster on November 15, 2018. It features Annie, Palma and Eve who all meet at the ‘Christmas Pudding Club’, a new community gathering created by a forward-thinking young doctor to help mums-to-be mingle and share their pregnancy journeys. But as Christmas approaches and troubles are shared, it’s the friendships born within the group, that will bring the greatest love and contentment of all.
Tickets are £17.95 per person including a copy of ‘The Mother of All Christmases’ and afternoon tea. 10% of the proceeds from ticket sales are being donated to Variety, the Children’s Charity. 1.00pm-4.00pm on November 20, 2018. Tickets are available from email@example.com or by calling 0114 2484353. Car parking is available at the Hotel. www.mosboroughhall.co.uk
Commenting on the event, Paul Brown, general manager at Mosborough Hall hotel said: “Milly’s novels are hugely popular. We are delighted to be able to welcome her to the Hotel for the event, and what’s even more special – she is a Yorkshire author! Homegrown literary talent at its very best. I have no doubt that guests will have a fabulous afternoon in what we hope will be the first in a series of author events at the Hotel.”
Milly Johnson is a Sunday Times Top 5 bestselling author of fourteen novels with millions of copies of her novels sold to date. Known as the ‘Queen of Feel-Good Fiction’, Milly’s novels are about the universal issues of friendship, family, love, betrayal, good food and the little bit of that magic in life that sometimes visits the unsuspecting. Milly is a columnist for her local newspaper and is also an experienced broadcaster on radio and TV. She is also patron of several local charities, including Yorkshire Cat Rescue and The Well at the Core, with community and animal welfare issues close to her heart. www.millyjohnson.co.uk