• Mostly Books, Abingdon

    Heather Morris, author of the heart-breaking and unforgettable international best-seller: The Tattooist of Auschwitz, will be in Abingdon on Wednesday 23rd October. Heather will be talking about her new book, Cilka’s Journey, the powerful sequel to The Tattooist of Auschwitz.

  • Royal Festival Hall, London

    Find out what happened to The Tattooist of Auschwitz’s Cilka Klein from author Heather Morris as she discusses her latest novel at a London-exclusive event. One of the key characters from The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Cilka Klein is the teenage girl who saved Tattooist Lale Sokolov’s life. Sokolov told Heather that Cilka was ‘the bravest person’ he had ever met. ‘Not the bravest girl,’ he insisted, ‘the bravest person.’ According to Morris, whenever she talks about The Tattooist, and in the thousands of letters and emails she receives from readers, ‘people want to know what happened to Cilka’. The answer, revealed in new novel Cilka’s Journey, is heartbreaking.

  • Waterstones Nottingham

    Waterstones Nottingham is on tour to Screen 1 of the Broadway Cinema for this very special guest: join us on Monday 21st October at 6pm for an evening with author Heather Morris! Sequel to the bestselling novel The Tattooist of Auschwitz, described as “a touching and redemptive tale of love and selflessness”, Broadway Cinema and Waterstones Nottingham are delighted to welcome the sensational Heather Morris to join us on her first UK tour.

  • Manchester Literature Festival

    ‘She was the bravest person I ever met’ – Lale Sokolov. Heather Morris’s debut novel, The Tattooist of Auschwitz, became an international bestseller as it moved and uplifted readers across the world. New Zealand author, Heather joins us at MLF to discuss the heart-breaking sequel, Cilka’s Journey. After the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Cilka is charged as a collaborator and sent to a Siberian prison camp. Helping to tend to the ill, Cilka falls in love, finding hope in the darkest of situations. Cilka’s Journey considers the resilience of humans when confronted with death and terror. Chaired by Sherry Ashworth.

  • Neston Cricket Club, Neston

    From the author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz comes another incredible book. This time is is Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris. Linghams Booksellers is delighted to be hosting this exciting event.

  • Waterstones, Liverpool

    Join us on Saturday 19th October at 2pm as we have Heather Morris in our store signing copies of her latest book, Cilka’s Journey, the sequel to the bestselling The Tattooist of Auschwitz. Heather Morris will be happy to sign copies of The Tattooist of Auschwitz as well, provided Cilka’s Journey has also been purchased.

  • Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

    Blackwell’s is delighted to be hosting an evening with international number one bestselling author Heather Morris. Heather’s first novel, The Tattooist of Auschwitz, has sold over three million copies worldwide, and is loved by readers everywhere. The follow up, Cilka’s Journey, focuses on the life of Cilka, whose story was partly told in The Tattooist of Auschwitz.

  • Latest,  Tour

    Heather’s ‘Cilka’s Journey’ Tour Dates Announced!

    We are delighted to announce Heather’s tour dates for Cilka’s Journey for 2019, covering the UK (including Scotland & Ireland), the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand! We are adding the event listings to the website as we speak, but in the meantime, here are the dates and venues announced so far: UNITED KINGDOM DATES USA & CANADA DATES AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND DATES We’ll share any new dates as they’re announced. Heather looks forward to seeing you somewhere in the world over the next few months!

  • Awards,  Latest

    Tattooist of Auschwitz shortlisted for Glass Bell Award in UK

    Announced at midday on Thursday 1st August in the UK, Heather and the team were delighted to learn that The Tattooist of Auschwitz has been shortlisted as one of six novels for the 2019 Goldsboro Glass Bell Award. The prize, which is judged by Goldsboro Books founder and MD David Headley and his team at the bookshop, sees the winner awarded £2,000 and a beautiful, handmade, engraved glass bell. David said: ‘I strongly feel that this is a really topical and relevant shortlist, reflecting a range of modern concerns, from property anxiety and the redemptive power of love to toxic friendships and the erosion of hard-won rights. These utterly incredible…