Author Sarah Pinborough has just written a brilliant post on her blog.
I urge ALL to read it.
On the surface it is about a little dog she adopted. Beneath the surface it is much, much, more. An essay to the resilience of the doggie spirit and the capacity to overcome the horrible things that life sometimes dishes out. How we humans should ‘be more dog‘.
This is particularly relevant in the days following the Manchester attack.
from Sarah’s blog:
Sarah Pinborough is the number one Sunday Times Bestselling and New York Times Bestselling author of the psychological thriller Behind Her Eyes (Jan, 2017). During her career she has published more than 20 novels and several novellas, and has written for the BBC. Her recent novels include the dystopian love story, The Death House, and a teenage thriller, 13 Minutes which has been bought by Netflix with Josh Schwartz adapting.
Behind Her Eyes has sold to nearly twenty territories so far and was sold at auction to the US in a significant deal to Flatiron, Macmillan. There are discussions on going with several movies studios about the film adaptation. You can follow Sarah on Twitter at @sarahpinborough.