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Julia Quinn is the talk of the town.
Her bestselling Bridgerton books, the first being The Duke and I, have recently been adapted into a Netflix original series by Shondaland Media and is currently the platform’s fifth most successful series debut of all time.
The courtship tale, set in Regency England and starring Julie Andrews, Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page, has been hailed as ‘a beguiling example of what can happen when romance is allowed to belong to characters who aren’t all straight and white, and a fanfare-and-confetti reminder of what the genre can be at its best’ (Vulture).
Now, join the author for an evening of humorous and enlightening conversation as she explores the revolution of romance novels. Quinn will consider her own journey to literary success, from selling her first book at the age of 24 and dropping out of medical school, to being the author of eighteen consecutive New York Times bestsellers. She’ll also share the inspiration behind Lady Whistledown, touch upon the process of turning her beloved books into a global TV phenomenon and dish the dirt on her favourite characters.
With a chance to ask your own questions about everything from feminist heroines to heartthrob heroes, this is an evening you do not want to miss.