Heather Morris is one of the bestselling authors in the world with over six million books sold globally. Heather’s novels are widely acclaimed for their humanity, empathy and hope – hope that is needed more than ever right now. Heather Morris’s Facebook Live event series aims to bring her real-life stories, her experiences of listening, and her trademark care and consideration directly to fans. Heather will speak to readers about navigating through these hard times and calling on them to reach out to others, to listen, and to share that sense of hope.
‘Stories are what connect us and remind us that hope is always possible.’
There will be exclusive insights into Heather Morris’s upcoming book, exciting reveals and more, as well as the opportunity for readers to join in a Q&A, with questions encouraged in advance on Facebook or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The first of the Facebook Live events will commence on Monday 11th May 2020 at 12.00pm in the UK and can be viewed on Heather Morris’s author page on Facebook.
In Stories of Hope, Heather Morris will explore the art of listening – a skill she employed when she first met Lale Sokolov, the tattooist of Auschwitz. It was her ability to listen that led Lale to entrust Heather with his story. Her novel based on his life, The Tattooist of Auschwitz, has sold nearly six million copies worldwide. Now she shares her story of how she learned to listen.
From a very young age, Heather 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 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.
Heather Morris is an international number one bestselling author, who is passionate about stories of survival, resilience and hope. In 2003, while working in a large public hospital in Melbourne, Heather was introduced to an elderly gentleman who ‘might just have a story worth telling’. The day she met Lale Sokolov changed both their lives. As their friendship grew, Lale entrusted her with the innermost details of his life during the Holocaust to her. Heather originally wrote Lale’s story as a screenplay – which ranked high in international competitions – before reshaping it into her debut novel, The Tattooist of Auschwitz. Her second novel, Cilka’s Journey, is a follow-up to The Tattooist of Auschwitz.