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An Evening with Fearne Cotton

Wednesday 12th June

Christ Church, Julian Road, Bath, Somerset BA1 2RH
Doors Open
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Please note this event is now taking place at Christ Church, Julian Road. The date and time remain the same.

A woman at a crossroads must rewrite her own story in the fiction debut by beloved writer and broadcaster Fearne Cotton.

Jade Shaw has lost control of her life. Pushed around by her warring family, and taken for granted by a boyfriend who's more interested in his "brand" than their relationship, she knows that somewhere along the path to being an adult she's lost her way. And she can't seem to find it again. The last place she expects to discover answers is on the floor outside her flat. But there it is: a script. Containing her name, and her boyfriend Adam's - and depicting another huge argument in which Jade fails to stand up for herself. The weird thing is: this argument hasn't happened yet.

The row becomes reality. Jade tries and fails to find her voice. Then more scripts appear, predicting infuriating scenarios in which Jade's boss, mum, and bridezilla sister walk all over her. Whoever is leaving these scripts knows Jade inside-out. But who is writing them? How are they able to predict her future so accurately? And what can Jade do to re-write the script?

‘Just like Fearne Cotton herself, Scripted is life-affirming and deeply compassionate. But it’s also a cleverly conceived and funny novel which asks big questions about what it is to be the author of one’s own fate’ Elizabeth Day

‘So smart, thoughtful and hope-filled. I loved it!’ Daisy Buchanan

Fearne Cotton is a Sunday Times bestselling author, and one of the best-known and most popular broadcasters in the UK. She is also the founder of the wellbeing brand, Happy Place. The brand was launched following the success of her bestseller, Happy, which was the first of a series of personal development titles that explore happiness, depression, anxiety and our inner critic. Her bestselling success inspired her podcast, Happy Place, launched in 2018 and has had over 115 million downloads to date.

Fearne’s Happy Place now also includes annual festivals, a publishing imprint, book club, wellness app, and its own studios creating original video & audio content.

Fearne is a mother of two, step-mother of two, and closely supports a range of charities - most notably mental health charity Mind, The Prince’s Trust and CoppaFeel!