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    Heather Morris,Stories of Hope
    Stories of Hope
    finding Inspiration in Everyday Lives
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    The Tattooist of Auschwitz is one of the bestselling books of the 21st Century. An international phenomenon, The Tattooist of Auschwitz has sold over five million copies. Cilka`s Journey has sold over a million copies worldwide. In Stories of Hope, Heather Morris takes us on an inspirational journey through some of the defining experiences of her life, including her profound friendship with Lale Sokolov, the tattooist at Auschwitz-Birkenau and the inspiration for her bestselling novel. `Stories are what connect us, and remind us that hope is always possible.` Heather Morris Heather Morris will explore her extraordinary talents as a listener - a skill she employed when she first met Lale. It was this ability that led Lale to entrust Heather with his story, which she told as the novel The Tattooist of Auschwitz and its bestselling follow up, Cilka`s Journey. Now she shares her inspiring writing journey, exploring how she learned to really listen to the stories people told her, some of which she has shared with millions of readers in her fiction. Heather grew up on a farm in rural New Zealand. On her way back across the paddocks from school, she would visit her great-grandfather and listen to his experiences of war - stories he told only Heather. From a very young age, she learned that people would share their most sacred and intimate stories with her, if she stopped and listened to them. Stories of Hope will examine and explore Heather`s extraordinary writing journey, in the form of a series of tales of the remarkable people she has met, the extraordinary stories they have shared with her, and the lessons they hold for us all.



    Taal / Language : English

    Extra informatie:

    Paperback / softback
    320 pagina's
    September 2020
    324 gram
    217 x 136 x 24 mm
    EAN: 9781786580498
    Bonnier gb

    Bij u in huis op: woensdag
    Bestel vóór: 21:00