A striking and intimate new novel about three very different women facing an impossible question: What makes a family…
Join New York Times and international bestselling author Eleanor Brown for a decadent afternoon tea at the historic Westgate Hotel. Over books, bubbly, and delectable tea treats like dainty sandwiches, scones, and seasonal berries, you will enjoy an afternoon presentation by Eleanor as she discusses her new novel, Any Other Family.
Your Adventure includes an elegant tea in the historic heart of San Diego, book discussion, Q&A, author signing, and an opportunity to meet the author up close and personal in an intimate and luxurious setting. Seating is limited due to current COVID restrictions, so you will want to register soon to guarantee a seat.
Books will be available for purchase and signing during the tea, or pre-order your hardcover copy of Any Other Family for delivery and signing at the event.
Registration for this Literary Tea Adventure is ONLY available through the Westgate Hotel. Please REGISTER HERE.
The shopping cart below is to pre-order a signed hardcover copy of Any Other Family (to be delivered at the event for signing) only and will not register you for the tea.
Eleanor Brown is the New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of The Weird Sisters and The Light of Paris. Her writing has been hailed by People magazine as “delightful” and “creative and original” by Library Journal.
In addition to her fiction writing, Eleanor edited the anthology A Paris All Your Own. Her book reviews, interviews, and essays have been featured in publications including The Washington Post, The Guardian, and Publishers Weekly.
Born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area, Eleanor lives with her family in Colorado.
In her new novel, Any Other Family, Eleanor tells the story of a family formed when three sets of parents adopt biological siblings, and how that delicate relationship is tested when the children’s birth mother becomes pregnant again and asks the family to find parents for this child.
A book that asks what makes a family, a good parent, and what we owe the people we love.