Brigid Coady is an exciting new talent to watch. Her debut novel No One Wants to Be Miss Havisham (HarperImpulse 2015) won the RNA’s Joan Hessayon Award for New Writers.
Edie Dickens is a divorce lawyer who doesn’t believe in love and happily ever after. Haunted by the Ghosts of Weddings Past, Present and Future, she must change her ways before her best friend’s wedding or end up being damned to an eternity watching others' happiness. Can she learn to love in time?
Brigid Coady was born in the UK but raised round the world with most of her childhood spent reading. Much of her writing is done on her daily commute and with her marketing flair she has got herself the official appointment as Writer in Residence on the 06.37 from London Victoria to Canterbury West. Brigid is also a voice-over artist, loves country music and has had her own radio show. Her unhealthy obsession with Kenny Chesney and One Direction causes concern. She lives in London.