The event to celebrate the release of her debut novel will take place in London on 13 March.
Savannah Brown has announced that she will be holding a book event in London to talk about her recently published novel, The Truth About Keeping Secrets.
NEWS! i'm going to be at @WaterstonesPicc on march 13th talking about TTAKS, dark YA and LGBTQ+ stuff (and signing books). so looking forward to seeing everyone there!! you can grab a ticket here: https://t.co/DtGJlwF4As
— savannah brown (TTAKS is out) (@savannahbrown) February 22, 2019
The event will be held at the Waterstones store in Piccadilly on Wednesday 13 March and will begin at 19:00 GMT.
Savannah will be joined by authors Sarah Ann Juckes and Lisa Williamson to discuss their novels, writing about dark subject matter in Young Adult fiction and LGBTQ+ representation.
Fellow YouTube creator and author of Doing It, Hannah Witton, will be chairing the discussion panel.
— Hannah Witton (@hannahwitton) February 22, 2019
Following the release of Savannah’s self-published bestselling poetry collection in 2016, The Truth About Keeping Secrets is her first novel. It was published in March 2019 and is a “beautifully written and poignant look at grief, friendship, and sexuality – as well as being a twisty high school mystery”.
General admission tickets for the event are priced at £6 each, while tickets with a copy of Savannah’s novel are £10.