Conversation with Jill Treseder about her new novel My Sister, Myself
Ian Hobbs of Devon Book Club – a brilliant network of writers and readers – made this video interview with me at the weekend, talking about my new novel, My Sister, Myself. – how it came to be written and some of the themes.
Dittisham Book launch for My Sister, Myself
Had a brilliant book launch at the Red Lion in Dittisham. It was such a change to be outside on the decking on a warm evening with the River Dart as backdrop. (Mental note to self, always to publish in summer in future!) A lovely group gathered to drink wine and even listen to me talking about how I came to write My Sister, Myself. Brigitte and Penny served excellent nibbles and plenty of books were sold!
My Sister, Myself – a new novel
My Sister, Myself – an exploration of loss and relationships with a flavour of the 1950s.
Book Launch Invitations:
Dittisham Book launch on August 2nd at the Red Lion pub at 6.30pm
Come and meet the Hungarian sisters! There will be wine! Plus a short reading at 7pm with the opportunity for questions, discussion and book signing. And nibbles!
Marlow Book launch party on October 18th 2018 in the Marlow Bookshop, 22-24 Spittal Street, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL1 7DB
Please RSVP to Jill@nulljilltresederwriter.com as I need to let the Bookshop know how many to expect.
The Hatmaker’s Secret is now on NetGalley
– Please Read, Review & Recommend!
“Highly recommended never a dull moment reading this book,a page turner could not put this book down finished it in two days.” – Helena M, Educator
“…the crack between the worlds…”
Readers might enjoy this interview I did with Diana Milne for The Review at the beginning of April – I had fun!
Looking forward to Summer!
Excited to report that the new novel – those Hungarian sisters at last – is with the proof reader. Hoping for a launch date in June or early July. Watch this space! Don’t expect a highly political novel – the title is ‘My Sister Myself‘ – which tells you what’s in the tin: an exploration of loss and relationships with a flavour of the 1950s.