Jim Naughtie will be appearing at the Malborough Literature Festival which is running from 30th September- 2nd October 2016.
This year is committed to celebrating the best in writing. From history, biography, humour, poetry, politics and prizewinning, it's an event not to be missed!
For more information, click on: http://www.marlboroughlitfest.org/
The HENLEY Literary Festival is running from 26th September- 2nd October this year.
Jim Naughtie will be appearing at the event's 10th Anniversary on the 2nd October.
Many more speakers will be announced in the coming months, with tickets on sale in July- don't miss them!
To find out more go to: http://henleyliteraryfestival.co.uk/
Ian Ross will be attending the Borderlines Carlisle Book Festival this October 2016.
Running for its 3rd year, this festival will feature some of the best local and national authors!
Click on: http://www.borderlinescarlisle.co.uk/get-in-touch/ for more information
Mariella Frostrup gets saucy with the Erotic Review Magazine celebrating literature's sexiest stories, from Marquis de Sade, Henry Miller and Vladimir Nabokov to modern writiers. For more information click on: http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/literature
David Lough will be speaking to the University of the Third Age (U3A) study day at Salomon's estate on Monday 10 October 2016.
For more information and details head to: http://www.davidlough.uk/events/
This event is open to members of the club and their guests. For any more information please contact The Secretary, The Royal Scots Club, Edinburgh.
Suzannah Lipscomb will be at this years Cheltenham Literature Festival
Running from 7th- 16th October this festival will be the only place to be this autumn!
Use #cheltlistfest to find out more, or go to: http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/literature/
The amazing career of born-and-bred Londoner, David Essex, has spanned four decades, with hit songs like Hold Me Tight and Rock On and lead roles in Godspell and Mutiny. Married, with five children, he lives in London. His new novel, Faded Glory is out in October, set in 1950s London about a widower and a fatherless boy he rescues from gang life. The dream of boxing will save Danny from his past. But how did David end up writing and what about his own remarkable life?
David Essex will be at the Guildford Literary Festival on 12th October, for more information click on: http://www.guildfordbookfestival.co.uk
Between Friday 21st- Sunday 23rd October, the Yeovil Literary Festival will be happening
There's plenty going on so to find out more, head to: http://www.yeovilliteraryfestival.co.uk/about/about