Katherine Webb was born in 1977 and grew up in rural Hampshire before reading History at Durham University. She has since spent time living in London and Venice, and now lives in rural Berkshire. Having worked as a waitress, au pair, personal assistant, book binder, library assistant, seller of fairy costumes and housekeeper, she now writes full time.
Katherine joins us to talk about one of history’s unsung heroines who inspired her latest novel The English Girl
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Katherine Webb is the bestselling author of The Legacy. Her latest novel, The English Girl is a captivating story of secrets, passion and turmoil set in the 50s, out this week.
Some of our favourite authors share the places that inspired their novels. Sit back, relax and let the likes of Erica James, John Ironmonger and Liz Fenwick whisk you away to somewhere sunny.
This month The Whitchurch Book Group put themselves forward to read and review The Night Falling , a searing story of secrets and feuds set in 1920s Italy from the bestselling author of The Legacy, Katherine Webb. Here’s what they made of it . . .
Last week, we asked you what you would most like to know about bestselling author Katherine Webb – and you answered! Today, Katherine will be answering twelve questions from readers – and the questions we chose have won a beautiful paperback copy of her latest novel, The Night Falling.
Want to know what the average writing day looks like for a bestselling author? Or delve into the exciting world of literary agents and publishers? Well, now’s your chance. We have Katherine Webb, author of The Night Falling, joining us on One Book Lane on Friday 27th March – and she’ll be answering your questions!