Briony’s Debut Novel Promises To Be A Good Yarn

An author from Dudley will be visiting Sedgley Library next month to give a talk on her soon-to-be-released debut novel.

Briony Marshall will be at the library on Wednesday May 3 from 11.30am.

The 26-year-old, who still lives in Sedgley, is a former pupil of Queen Victoria Primary School and The Dormston Secondary School. She completed A levels at King Edward VI College in Stourbridge before going on to The University of Wolverhampton, where she graduated in Creative and Professional Writing with English.

A keen knitter, her first novel, titled “Unravelled”, is due to be published in the next couple of months. Briony said:

“I’m very excited to be giving an author talk at my local library, as the place holds many memories for me.

“Unravelled is a coming of age novel about a girl who should have already passed that point in her life. Threaded through the tale is a boy meets girl story with a unique knitting twist. Readers of Unravelled are in for a good yarn.”

Tickets for the event at Sedgley Library are free, but must be booked in advance. To secure a seat, contact the library on 01384 812790 or email


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