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Online Author Talk: 'Stories of Hope' with Heather Morris

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Join author of 'The Tattooist of Auschwitz' and 'Cilka's Journey, Heather Morris, in conversation with Claire Halliday.

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Listening was a skill that Heather utilised brilliantly when she met Holocaust survivor, Lale Sokolov, and the result was The Tattooist of Auschwitz - a novel that has now sold more than 6,000, 000 copies around the world. The sequel, Cilka's Journey, is another incredible story of survival against the odds.

In 'Stories of Hope', Heather reveals some background into the inspirational real-life characters from her books and also shares her tips and insights into how to be a better listener and find inspiration in everyday life, to ensure the amazing stories that happen around all of us are not lost and forgotten.

Heather is in conversation with Claire Halliday, a freelance journalist and author of Things My Mother Taught Me and Things My Father Taught Me.

IMPORTANT: This session will be run using Zoom. An event link will be emailed to you closer to the session.• You will need a reliable WiFi connection and a computer/laptop or tablet/iPad. • Ideally, you should have a webcam (often built in to the device) and microphone on your device. You can use headphones with a microphone too.• If you are using a laptop you don't need to install anything to access Zoom as you can access it in your web browser by following the link which will be emailed to you. • If you are accessing the event from a mobile or tablet you will need to download the Zoom application beforehand via your Google Play or Apple App store.

A phone number is required when booking a ticket for this session. This is in case we need to contact you regarding any changes to the session and may be used to confirm your attendance closer to the date.

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