FANS of smash-hit book The Rosie Project will have the chance to meet the author in Shoreham next week.
Graeme Simsion will be talking about his latest book, The Rosie Effect, and signing copies for his fans.
The Rosie Effect was regarded as the unlikely publishing phenomenon of 2013, becoming a major international bestseller.
Its unconventional romantic lead Don Tillman, a socially challenged genetics professor, won legions of fans for his unique quest to find a wife.
The Rosie Effect sees him married and living in New York, dealing with the prospect of fatherhood.
The Some Men Never Change tour comes to the Ropetackle Arts Centre, in Little High Street, on Tuesday at 8pm. Tickets are £8. Contact the box office on 01273 464440 to book.
Graeme, who lives in Australia with his wife Anne, a professor of psychiatry, and their two children, will be touring the UK from Monday until March 18.
The evening will include a reading from The Rosie Effect, followed by a question and answer session.