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Ali Shaw at Wordpool Today

Ali Shaw started our Wordpool Thurs off… ‘charming’ , ‘endearing’, ‘interesting’, ‘fascinating’ just some of the positive descriptions of Ali’s talk from  today’s audience. And going off book sales and borrows we think he’s gained a lot of new readers in Blackpool.


Elly Griffiths at Wordpool Today

Elly Griffiths completely won over her Wordpool audience this afternoon. A really engaging speaker, Elly shared  interesting anecdotes about her life and writing inspirations. It’s Elly’s second appearance at Wordpool and she’s left behind a admiring and growing fanbase.


Helen Phifer - A Few Facts You May Not Know

Helen was nominated for the Romantic Novelists’ Association Joan Hessayon Award 2014

She’s a member of the Crime Writers Association & The Romantic Novelists’ Association… 90 more words

Literature Festival

Word on the Street - Wordpool Festival's the Place to be This Week

The big Issue are running a competition to win Festival Passes


How to make an author happy

How often does an author make a school visit – and find that every child in the room has read her book?

Not often, I bet. 357 more words

Children's Books

How To Make The Grade in Self Publishing

With the rise of successful self-publishing, it will definitely be worth checking out Dan Worsley & Karen Charlton’s discussion ‘How to make the grade in self-publishing’. 22 more words


An afternoon in the company of Chris D'Lacey

After a busy week, the Library Ladiez were able to settle down with a group of Y7-8 students and a large contingency of Y5 students from Backwell Juniors, for an afternoon of stories from the author Chris D’Lacey. 121 more words

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