Tags » Manchester Literary Salon

Bookmarked 'The Victorian Sensation Night' - Monday October the 3rd 2011

October the 3rd will see the return of Bookmarked, a literary salon hosted by Simon Savidge and Adam Lowe at Waterstone’s Deansgate in the heart of Manchester’s City Centre. 525 more words

Bookmarked Literary Salon

Bookmarked Last Week Was Criminally Good...

Why do these evenings come and go so quickly? One minute the authors Val McDermid and M.J. McGrath were sat with hosts Adam Lowe and Simon Savidge (see image below) at Waterstones Deansgate before the audience were seated at 7pm, then suddenly it was all over… 60 more words

Manchester Literary Salon

Bookmarked 'Crime Night', Monday 12th of September...

Val McDermid will be celebrating the release of her 25th novel, the latest in the Tony Hill series, by coming to “Bookmarked” – a new literary salon co-hosted by Simon Savidge and Adam Lowe at Waterstone’s Deansgate – along with a special guest. 414 more words

Bookmarked Literary Salon

Bookmarked Debut Night… The Report

It’s been over a week since an idea I had became a reality and the Bookmarked Literary Salon opened its doors in Manchester’s Waterstone’s Deansgate for its debut night. 815 more words

Val McDermid

And Septembers Authors Are...

Get ready for what is going to be a criminally good night in the city centre of Manchester on September the 12th as Bookmarked gets even ‘bloody’ better with one of the UK’s most successful crime writers Val McDermid… 85 more words

Bookmarked Literary Salon

Bookmarked Debut Night... The Dust Has Settled

Well after a strange week in Manchester we feel the dust has settled and we can now take time to really celebrate, yet not brag, how well the very first night of Bookmarked went. 153 more words

Bookmarked Literary Salon

A Big Bookmarked Thanks...

A huge thank you to those of you who made part of the fantastic turn out at last nights ‘Debut Night’ which was also the opening night of Bookmarked, Manchester’s newest Literary Salon, at Waterstones Deansgate. 121 more words

Bookmarked Literary Salon