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Authors Live: Holly Bourne

UK YA star Holly Bourne talks about her novel The Places I've Cried In Public

This event has been postponed until 2021 due to ongoing restrictions during the Coronavirus pandemic. Please sign up to register your interest and we will provide more information as soon as possible.

Audience: S3-6

Holly Bourne, one of the biggest and best names in UK YA, joins us during Book Week Scotland to discuss angry girls and what makes them angry. Focusing on her latest novel The Places I’ve Cried in Public, Holly will talk to us about feminism and what drives her narratives. 

This will be a must watch for teenagers of any gender figuring out their place in the world, and the perfect way for teen readers to celebrate Book Week Scotland. 

For a chance to appear in the broadcast and ask Holly your burning questions on film, email Anna Broomfield at anna.broomfield@scottishbooktrust.com(this will open in a new window) with your question​. BBC Scotland producers will help you film a question to potentially be included in the event. ​You can also ask Holly your questions live during the broadcast using #BBCAuthorsLive(this will open in a new window) on Twitter.

Register below to join in with this live digital event. After registering, you will be emailed a link to watch along live. The recorded event will also be available to watch afterwards in our Authors Live on Demand library.

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