A MALVERN creative writing teacher has hit the right note with her new novel The Piano Player’s Son.
Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn is continuing the musical theme by striking up a creative partnership as a writer in residence with the nationally acclaimed English Symphony Orchestra (ESO).
The Evesham-based writer also teaches creative writing in Malvern and Evesham and is a member of the a cappella chorus Vale Connection.
Her new book, about a family shattered by a death and a devastating secret, is Lindsay’s second novel and was selected for publication by Cinnamon Press after winning its nationwide novel competition.
“Music, and the piano in particular, play a significant role in my book. Music is a passion of mine and I’m excited to be working as a writer with the impressive ESO. I hope the experience will be creatively enriching for both of us.”
The Piano Player’s Son will be officially launched on Friday (October 25) at Worcester’s St Swithuns Institute.