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Bold Strokes Books Festival - 5th/6th May 2018

As always I’m really looking forward to attending the annual Bold Strokes Books festival.

This year thirty three authors from around the world will be descending on Waterstones, Nottingham on the 5th/6th of May to celebrate all that is great in LGBTQ fiction. 39 more words

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February Face

I have a touch of the February face about me at the moment. It has been – as suspected – a rather intense month with little reading. 494 more words

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Ghost has launched

‘Are you turning left?’ I asked, as my kind driver for the evening, Moira Mcpartlin, indicated. In the end we went right. And it went right, all the way to Perth, where Moira parked the car twice. 429 more words

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Waterstones splurge on books 📚

The town was really quiet today, one of those moments where you go to a restaurant and you’re the only person being served there. And when you walk into Waterstones and there’s no-one young around, just older people with kids and the shop assistants. 251 more words

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February 2018 Book Haul

I was expecting some kind of book haul in February. It’s my birthday, which is a big mix of gifts, treats for myself (surely i’m not the only person who treats themselves on their birthday?) and holidays. 382 more words

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A Poem for Breakfast at the Verve Poetry Ferstival

This year I had the pleasure of hosting a performance of poetry from the Birmingham Stanza Poetry group at the Verve Poetry Festival held at Waterstones. 160 more words

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Shadows and Suffragettes: Frances Hardinge and Sally Nicholls | an evening at Waterstone's

This evening I had the joy of listening to authors Frances Hardinge and Sally Nicholls talk Shadows and Suffragettes at Norwich Waterstone’s.

If you’ve never been to a Waterstone’s event before, they’re pretty casual – the whole thing takes about an hour and a half, with an hour of talk and about half an hour for signings. 221 more words

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