Weston-super-Mare writer’s book signing day

PUBLISHED: 07:00 27 August 2015

Teresa Morgan.

Teresa Morgan.

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A WESTON-SUPER-MARE author is hosting a book signing to mark the second anniversary of her first published novel.

Teresa Morgan will be at Waterstones on Saturday to sign copies of her debut work, One Fine Day, and second novel Plus One Is A Lucky Number.

One Fine Day, which tells the story of an English actor’s choice between romance and stardom, was published on August 29, 2012.

Morgan has spent the last two years juggling a part time job and her literary career with looking after her two young sons.

Her second book Plus One Is A Lucky Number focuses on a woman who must decide whether her relationship is for real or for show.

Teresa Morgan will be at Waterstones, in the Sovereign Centre, from 2pm on Saturday.

Admission is free and prices of Morgan’s books will be available in store on the day.

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