WENDY HOLDEN - THE WORLD THROUGH THE EYES OF THE BRITISH WRITER, JOURNALIST AND WAR CORRESPODENT

WENDY HOLDEN - THE WORLD THROUGH THE EYES OF BRITISH NOVELIST, JOURNALIST AND WAR CORRESPODENT

 

Students and scholars are wholeheartely invided to an online lecture & discussion with a renowned author, journalist and a war correspodent Wendy Holden.

 

Venue: online, MS Teams

Time: 5:00-6:30pm CET

 

Register: via e-mail to jana.javorcikova@umb.sk before November 8.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE (WIKI):

Wendy Holden (born 1961), also known as Taylor Holden, is an author, journalist and former war correspondent who has written more than thirty books. She was born in Pinner, North London and now lives in Suffolk, England.[1]

Her bestselling title is Born Survivors: Three Young Mothers and their extraordinary story of courage, defiance and survival, a Goodreads finalist, published in over 20 countries. She is the ghostwriter of Captain Tom Moore's autobiography, Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day,[2] published by Penguin Books on 17 September 2020.[3][4][5] An audiobook edition is read by Sir Derek Jacobi.[5]