Discover the Work of Author Rachael Lucas and her Connection with Bo’ness

Discover the Work of Author Rachael Lucas and her Connection with Bo’ness in this Book Week Scotland event at Bo'ness Library on 19th November.

Discover the Work of Author Rachael Lucas and her Connection with Bo’ness

About Discover the Work of Author Rachael Lucas and her Connection with Bo’ness

Rachael Lucas' adult fiction books include Wildflower Bay, Coming Up Roses and Sealed with a Kiss. Rachael is also the author of two YA novels, My Box-Shaped Heart and The State of Grace - a hilarious, heart-warming and unapologetically honest story of a teenage girl with Asperger's dealing with family troubles, first love and pretending to be 'normal'. Rachael juggles working as an author, coach and freelance writer with the aid of quite a lot of tea. She and her partner (also a writer) live by the seaside in the North West of England with their six children.

Free ticketed event, for further information and to book please telephone 01506 778 520.

Bo'ness Library
Scotland's Close
EH51 0AH

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