A mum-of-two from Whalley, who scooped the UK’s biggest prize for unpublished authors, will be in Clitheroe signing copies of her debut novel.
Tara Guha will be signing copies of Untouchable Things from 2pm onwards at Clitheroe Library in Church Street on Saturday (October 17th).
She was named as the winner of the Luke Bitmead bursary, an annual award set up to encourage fledgling writers. She entered her first novel for the award and was stunned when it was announced she was the winner. The prize is publication and the book went into print in September.
A Cambridge English graduate,Tara is a former pupil of Clitheroe Girls’ Grammar School
She now lives in Hebden Bridge with her husband and two children but her proud parents, Shankha and Elizabeth Guha, still live in Whalley. Her book is priced at £8-99 in print and for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.