There’s no denying that Geri Halliwell-Horner is an icon. At just 22 years old, she skyrocketed to stardom as Ginger Spice in the legendary girl band the Spice Girls, whose debut single, “Wannabe,” took the world by storm, topping charts in 22 countries. The group’s unparalleled success continued with their record-breaking stint at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, making them a global sensation and best-selling girl group at the time, notorious for both their music and style.
Then, in 1998, Halliwell-Horner embarked on a solo music career, releasing three studio albums. Yet her artistic journey didn’t stop there. She discovered her passion for storytelling, leading her to venture into the world of literature. Her best-selling autobiography, If Only, opened the door to her career as an author. Her fictional children’s series Ugenia Lavender achieved remarkable success, selling over 250,000 copies within its first five months. And tomorrow, on October 3, Halliwell-Horner’s latest book, Rosie Frost and the Falcon Queen, makes its debut. To enhance the reading experience, she has even composed music to accompany the novel, demonstrating her boundless creativity and dedication to storytelling.