Having worked in the worlds of book selling and publishing, Annie Lyons decided to have a go at book writing. Following a creative writing course, lots of reading and an extraordinary amount of coffee, she produced Not Quite Perfect, which went on to become a number one bestseller. Her latest book, The Choir on Hope Street, is a story of power ballads, community, cake and hope. She tries to write stories which make people laugh and cry, although hopefully not at the same time.
`Wonderful! Uplifting! Delightful! A must read!' - Mandy Baggot `A must read this spring!!' - Laurie Ellingham `A story to make your soul sing.' - Samantha Tonge `The Choir on Hope Street is an uplifting book, guaranteed to brighten up a horrible day. It is an enjoyable story and one I didn't really want to finish.' - Rachel Gilbey `It is just the most adorable, consuming read you'll read all year!' - Guilt Free Twenty-Something on THE CHOIR ON HOPE STREET `A wonderful escape into a story that will leave you smiling.' - I am Indeed on THE CHOIR ON HOPE STREET