Our second book, in which Collette Elliot tells of her horrific upbringing at the hands of her violent, heartless mother, is due to be published by Penguin on April 24th. In the memoir, which is named ‘Unforgivable’, Collette talks about her childhood and the landmark case she launched against Birmingham Social Services for leaving her with her mother instead of taking her into care.
At the weekend, Collette’s book was serialised by the Sunday Times, where she appeared on the front cover of the News Review section.
We have been working with Collette for many years as her story has unfolded, and were thrilled to be able to get her book deal with a company has respected as Penguin. Collette has spent months working on her book with the help of a ghost writer, and finally it is ready for publication.
We’ll let you know when the book is on sale!
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