Liz Trenow has written three novels: The Last Telegram (Sept 2012), The Forgotten Seamstress (January 2014) and The Poppy Factory (August 2014), all published in the UK by Harper Collins Avon. She loves to write stories with both historical and contemporary storylines, demonstrating the reverberations between generations
Liz's family have been silk weavers for nearly three hundred years, and she grew up in the house next to the mill in Suffolk, England, which still operates today, weaving for top-end fashion houses and royal commissions. This unique history inspired her first two novels, and the fourth (currently under production).
She is a former journalist who spent fifteen years on regional and national newspapers, and on BBC radio and television news, before turning her hand to fiction. She lives in East Anglia, UK, with her artist husband, and they have two grown up daughters.
For Liz's website go to www.liztrenow.com or join her on Twitter @liztrenow
For Liz's publishers go to www.harpercollins.co.uk(in UK)or www.sourcebooks.com (in US)