Former singer and TV presenter to give talk on new book

PUBLISHED: 15:14 12 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:14 12 June 2018

Southwold Library. Picture: Nick Butcher

Southwold Library. Picture: Nick Butcher


A former singer and Anglia TV presenter is set to talk about her new book at Southwold Library.

Christine Webber will be giving a talk at the library in North Green on Monday, June 18, at 11am.

Christine is a former singer, Anglia TV presenter, agony aunt, columnist and Harley Street psychotherapist.

After a break of 29 years to write over a dozen non-fiction titles, Christine returned to writing fiction in 2016. The result was Who’d Have Thought It? which is a romantic comedy novel about the change and challenges we encounter in mid-life. Her latest novel, It’s Who We Are, was published this year; a story about kindness, friendship, family secrets and a medical mystery.

She will be visiting the library to talk about her life and work and signing copies of her book.

For more details about the event, call Southwold Library on 01502 722519.

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