A POPULAR farm shop that is passionate about local produce is offering customers some home-grown food for thought too.
"Hillers is a wonderful place, and a lovely setting for a book signing. I'm really looking forward to it," says Lindsay, who will also be selling copies of her book at the event.
The Piano Player's Son, about a family torn apart by a devastating secret, is Evesham-based writer and creative writing teacher Lindsay's second novel. Her first, Unravelling, won three awards and her latest was specially selected for publication by Cinnamon Press.
Award winning Hillers - which also features a cafe, a plant centre, gift shop and bird hide set in a pretty display garden - has grown and sold its own produce for over 80 years and is an ardent support of local food and enterprise.
It is promoting tasty goodies alongside Lindsay's latest thrilling read as a perfect winter warmer Evening of Bliss.
The shop, which is renowned for its gift hampers, will also package up The Piano Player's Son with tasty treats as a blissful Christmas present.
Teaming up with a local author is a great match, says Sally Hiller, who added: "Locally sourced goodies, with delicious produce, drinks and a good book - what better way to spend a blissful evening in front of the fire?"
Lindsay will be selling and signing copies of The Piano Player's Son (price £8.99) on Thursday December 19, between 10am and 11.30am in the farm shop.