It's at ParkView4U Community Cafe on 26th November 6.30pm to 8.30pm. I'll be using photographs and artefacts to help you write about family, history and memory, to get your creative ideas flowing. Places are going fast, so booking is essential. Please call Cath or Julie at ParKView4U to reserve a place: 01253 741955.
And I'm really looking forward to spouting my stuff at the Flash Fire Live Lit event in Lancaster on Thursday 29th!
It's at The Park Hotel Lancaster, 8pm start, and I'm well chuffed to be performing my work alongside the fab talents of David Gaffney, Zoe Lambert, Jeanette Greaves, Rob Wood, Peter Smith, and Ros Ballinger - AND there are open mic slots, plus comedy and poetry.
We'll be starting at Colne Library in the morning, and journeying to Lancaster, roughly following the geographic route that the witches took prior to their trial in 1612.
In Lancaster Library we will be joined by guests from Lancaster district for a light lunch and the opportunity to walk key points in Lancaster associated with the trials. Author Livi Michael will be on the bus for the duration of the journey and will speak at brief celebration events at each venue along the way – including at Clitheroe, Garstang and Lancaster Libraries.
The bus will stop at libraries in the places listed below plus culturally significant points such as the statue of Alice Nutter in Roughlee.
Full timetable: Colne Library – 9.15 a.m. Travel via Roughlee to Clitheroe Library – 10.20 a.m. Garstang Library 11.20 a.m. Arrive Lancaster Library 12.45 p.m. Light lunch at Lancaster Library and Tour of Lancaster castle Leave Lancaster 2.30 p.m. Arrive Clitheroe 3.30 p.m. Arrive Colne 4.30 p.m.
Just been interviewed by those lovely new book cover designers ScribbleLeaf for their blog!
They asked me all manner of things to do with self-publishing when we were chatting at The Word Festival a few weeks ago - where I was admiring their fabulous work and lamenting that I hadn't known of their existence when struggling with getting my own book covers underway - and now they've interviewed me about my experience of self-publishing for their blog .
It's lovely being interviewed by such interesting and seriously talented people! Makes me feel quite grown-up.