How did the tale of an old lady in a care home become an international best seller
Historical novelist Suzanne Goldring talking with psychological suspense author Helen Matthews about the long haul to success, landing a book deal and the publication of her fifth novel, THE GIRL WITH THE SCARLET RIBBON
After a successful career in public relations specialising in business and travel, local resident Suzanne Goldring became a full-time writer. But it was her seventh full-length novel, MY NAME IS EVA, which finally kicked off her writing career. Suzanne credits the support of local creative writing tutor Melanie Whipman for her success, along with the encouragement of the Elstead Writing Group and the Ark Writers.