Guest Author: Rosamund Lupton

February 11, 2011

The best-selling author of Sister joined our Book Club last Monday.  We were delighted to welcome Rosamund Lupton and very keen to hear all about her debut novel which took several years of research, writing and some re-writing, and plenty of determination to reach the prized 3 for 2 tables at Waterstones.  Just days after Sister was published in September 2010, it was picked for Book at Bedtime on Radio 4.  The book became the fastest-selling debut novel at WHSmith and was voted the best book of 2010 by Richard and Judy Book Club readers.

Hats off to Rosamund for her achievements, persisting with a story she believed in…I wonder if any of the book group feel inspired to write after hearing Rosamund’s story?!

We all agreed that Sister was a compelling story; a superb combination of great characters, complex relationships, intriguing storyline and a brilliant twist at the end…all in all a terrific read and one the group would highly recommend.

Look out for her second novel, Afterwards, to be published in June and at this same time Sister will be available in bookstores across the Atlantic.  We wish Rosamund every success and look forward to welcoming her again to Book Club.

Rosamund’s recommended reading for boys and girls is Mr Stink by David Walliams…

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2 Responses to “Guest Author: Rosamund Lupton”

  1. Kate Mary Bennett Says:

    I have just ordered ‘Sister’ for my Kindle after viewing your website and listening to Rosamund. If I am disappointed I shall have words with my ‘Brother’ who has just reminded us all to check your site out again!
    xxx


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