A LITTLEHAMPTON author and animal rights activist will soon be paying a special visit to the town’s library to talk about her latest book.
Ruth Hawe, of Pebble Walk, will be stopping by at the library, in Maltravers Road, on Wednesday, October 8, at 7pm.
The first-time novelist will be hosting an informal evening of reading and chat.
She will talk about and sign copies of her new novel Holy Cow, which she describes as ‘part novel, part memoir, part animal rights manual’. Ruth, who has been a vegan for 40 years, and does not eat or drink any animal products, said: “I’ve written this book to raise awareness of the plight of animals imprisoned by the food industry.”
Tickets are £3 each available from Littlehampton library on 01903 716450 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org