Reporter Jonathan White
Local writer, Rosie Pugh, will be launching her memoir ‘Secrets Within Crumbling Castles’ at Nantwich Museum on Sunday 27th October 2019 (2-4pm).
Rosie’s heart-rending story depicts her childhood in Ireland, being educated by nuns and her love of nature. It captures the hardship of an Irish family coming to England and records Rosie’s adult life in Nantwich including her determination to gain qualifications despite being diagnosed as dyslexic. The book is written with genuine warmth and passion, enabling the reader to become immersed in the author’s life.
Although Rosie left Nantwich for several years, she has now returned and is an active member of the Crewe and District Writer’s group as well as local poetry nights, Salt and Speakeasy.
Rosie will be reading extracts from the book. She will be joined by local aspiring opera singer, Sinead D’Abreu Hayling. Sinead, an ex-pupil from Brine Leas School, will be signing a few songs from musical theatre.
The event is free including cake and refreshments. The readings will be followed by a book signing.
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