Writer of the month

23 July 2013

Author Rachel Johnson will give a talk at The National Archives on Friday 16 August at 14:00, as part of our Writer of the Month series.

Rachel will be discussing her latest book, Winter Games.

A columnist, bestselling novelist and the ninth editor of the world's oldest women's weekly, The Lady magazine, Rachel was educated at St Paul's Girls' School and New College, Oxford. She joined the Financial Times in 1989 as its first female graduate trainee and has been in national newspapers ever since.

Rachel's books include the international bestseller Notting Hell and A Diary of The Lady. She has recently published her third novel for Penguin, Winter Games.

The talk is free to attend, but please email writerofthemonth@nationalarchives.gsi.gov.uk to reserve your place.

'Writer of the Month' is a series of free talks, in which each month a high profile author will share their experiences of using original records in their writing. See the full schedule on our Writer of the Month page or find out more detail on our events pages.

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