Events

Fri 26th Jan 2018
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Venue: Hungerford Bookshop, Hungerford

J. S. Monroe will be interviewing Gerald Seymour about his new book at the Hungerford Bookshop at 7.30PM on Friday 26th January at the Hungerford Bookshop.


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Thu 1st Feb 2018
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Venue: Waterstones Gower Street, London
Reading a story to another person creates a bond between two people. It is often assumed that reading aloud is only for children, but the practice was once a common pleasure for adults too. The time has come to rediscover it. This simple yet powerful action connects us with our friends, helps us centre ourselves in the present and lets us focus gently on what matters.
 
Join Francesco Dimitri on World Read Aloud Day 2018 for an enthralling evening storytelling.

Tickets and more information are available here

 

Thu 15th Feb 2018
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Venue: National Portrait Gallery, London

To celebrate Chinese New Year, Frances Wood will be discussing the books that shaped the Chinese literary canon, as explored in Great Books of China, as part of the National Portrait Library's Lunchtime Lectures series at 1.15pm on Thursday 15th February.


Tickets cost £3 and are available here

Sat 17th Feb 2018
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Venue: Aardvard Books, Brampton Bryan

To celebrate Valentine's Day, K. J. Whittaker will be signing copies of her new book, False Lights, at Aardvark Books on Saturday 17th February.

Sat 24th Feb 2018
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Venue: The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

Stefan Ahnhem will be in discussion with M. J. Arlidge on juggling work as a novelist and screenwriter as part of Granite Noir, at 3.30pm on Saturday 24th February.


Tickets are £8.50 and are available to purchase here

Sun 25th Feb 2018
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Venue: The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen

Clare Carson will be in discussion with Johanna Gustawsson on how the past and present collide in crime fiction as part of Granite Noir, at 2pm on Sunday 25th February.


Tickets are £8.50 and are available to buy here.

Tue 13th Mar 2018
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Venue: Studio, Words by the Water, Keswick
It took ten years and thousands of hands to build the 73 miles of Hadrian's Wall stretching from the east to the west coast of the northern part of Britannia. Adrian Goldsworthy, author of our latest Landmark Library title, Hadrian's Wall, considers why and how this ancient monument was built and discusses its history, afterlife and archaeology.

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Thu 15th Mar 2018
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Venue: Billericay Library, Billericay

Graham Masterton will be at Essex Book Festival on Thursday 15th March, discussing his new new Katie Maguire novel, Dead Men Whistling


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Thu 15th Mar 2018
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Venue: Maldon Library, Essex

Matthew Harffy will be at Essex Book Festival discussing his new book, The Cross and the Curse, on Thursday 15th March at 8PM. 


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Sun 18th Mar 2018
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Venue: Studio, Words by the Water, Keswick

Zosia Wand, author of Trust Me, will appear with her editor, Madeleine O'Shea, at Words by the Water in Keswick on Sunday 18th March to examine the course of a book's journey from early draft to publication and the relationship between author and editor.


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