31 August 2010

MEET THE AUTHOR OF EAT PRAY LOVE!

 

MEET THE AUTHOR OF EAT PRAY LOVE!
Grazia's Book Club is fast becoming the hottest ticket in the social calendar - so far we have invited our readers to a night with American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis, and hosted a debate (on whether only women writers can write female characters) with David 'One Day' Nicholls and Allison 'I Don't Know How She Does It'  Pearson.
And, as you will see from our interview in the new issue of Grazia (out today!) our next book club event will feature Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat Pray Love; the cult book which this month is released as a film starring Julia Roberts.  Gilbert will be discussing the issues raised in Eat Pray Love, and her new book Committed, and debating 'Why, when we have everything, are we still beating ourselves up?'.
The event is on Thursday 16th September, 7pm, at Waterstone's, 193 Kensington High Street, London W8. Tickets cost £3, and are available from events@kensington.waterstones.com, 0207 937 8432.
 

 

Grazia's Book Club is fast becoming the hottest ticket in the social calendar - so far we have invited our readers to a night with American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis, and hosted a debate (on whether only women writers can write female characters) with David 'One Day' Nicholls and Allison 'I Don't Know How She Does It'  Pearson.

And, as you will see from our interview in the new issue of Grazia (out today!) our next book club event will feature Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat Pray Love: One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia her cult memoir which this month is released as a film starring Julia Roberts.  Gilbert will be discussing the issues raised in Eat Pray Love, and her new book Committed, and debating 'Why, when we have everything, are we still beating ourselves up?'.

The next Grazia Book Club event is on Thursday 16th September, 7pm, at Waterstone's, 193 Kensington High Street, London W8. Tickets cost £3, and are available from events@kensington.waterstones.com, 0207 937 8432.
 


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