She broke our hearts twice. Turned our fears into challenges. And taught us how to smile even when change becomes scary, an obstacle seemingly impossible to overcome.
Her name is Krystal Sutherland, author of the novels "Our Chemical Hearts" and "A Semi-Definitive List of Worst Nightmares ", and on 15 September, from 19.00, she's inviting you to a special live Q&A session on the British Council Romania and Storia Books Facebook pages.
The live Q&A is organised by Storia Books in partnership with the British Council library. The host will be Irina Stoica, booktuber and translator of the novel "A Semi-Definitive List of Worst Nightmares".
About Krystal Sutherland
Krystal Sutherland was born and raised in Townsville, Australia, where winter never came. She lived in Sydney, where she ran the student magazine of her university, in Amsterdam, where she was a foreign correspondent, and in Hong Kong. Krystal did a training internship at Bloomsbury Publishing and was nominated for the Queensland Young Writers Award. She has no pets and no children, but she likes to name inanimate objects: in the Netherlands she had a bicycle named Kim Kardashian and a small inflatable velociraptor named Herbert. In addition to "Our Chemical Hearts," her debut novel, Krystal Sutherland has also published " A Semi-Definitive List of Worst Nightmares”.