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BLF Monthly Online Event: Kate Mosse
Chaired by Alison Jean Lester
As our population ages, more and more of us find ourselves caring for parents and loved ones, an invisible army of carers holding families together.
Join us on Thursday 22nd July at 7pm for our virtual event with international bestselling novelist Kate Mosse, as she tells her own personal story of finding herself a carer in middle age.
Her latest book An Extra Pair of Hands, tells the story about the gentle heroism of carers, celebrating older people and thinking differently about ageing. But most of all, it’s a story about love.
Kate will be in conversation with writer Alison Jean Lester, whose latest work Absolutely Delicious: A Chronicle of Extraordinary Dying describes the months she spent with her mother as she faced the fact that her cancer was terminal, and chose to approach the end of her life with the same positive energy with which she had lived.
All proceeds from this event will be donated to Forward Carers, who work to support carers across Birmingham.
About this event:
Event information: This event will be available to watch live at 7pm on Thursday 22 July 2021. Ticket holders will then be sent a link to the recording of the event which they can watch for 7 days after the event has taken place.
Event Duration: This event will last for 60 minutes
Access: This event will be hosted in Zoom webinar and you will be sent links to watch it via Zoom automatically after purchasing a ticket. You do not need a Zoom account to watch this event.
Captioning: This event will be captioned using the Zoom “Live Captioning” facility, which you can switch off if you prefer
Get involved: The authors will take questions via the Q&A function within Zoom and questions from the audience will be answered at the end of the event