Gillian Fernandez Morton and Maureen Armstrong will be talking about the life of their mother, and reading from “Bombweed”, their recently published book. Developed from a novel written by their mother in 1947, “Bombweed” is the moving story of three sisters who each suffer heartbreak, but find ways to survive, as World War Two tears their world apart.
Based heavily on their mother’s experiences, “Bombweed” has been abridged and adapted to appeal to the modern reader.
Come along to hear extracts and learn how the book was eventually published 71 years after it was written.
WHEN: Wed, 16th January
WHERE: Max Minerva's
COST: £3, includes a glass of wine and 10% off the book