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1 Jun 2019

Eboracum Roman Festival 2019
The sights, sounds and smells of Roman Eboracum come to life in the beautiful grounds of York Museum Gardens. Alongside fighting displays and a Roman Living History camp showing domestic life, children meet Roman soldiers and take part in army drills.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/EboracumRomanFestival/
10:30 - 12:30Pauline Tait reads 'The Fairy in the Kettle Gets Magical'
Pauline will be reading her new book, The Fairy in the Kettle Gets Magical. This event takes place at Waterstones, The Thistles Shopping Centre, 1 Thistle Marches, Stirling, FK8 2EA.
14:00Pauline Tait Reads 'The Fairy in the Kettle Gets Magical'
Pauline will be reading The Fairy in the Kettle Gets Magical. This event takes place at Waterstones Braehead.

2 Jun 2019

Eboracum Roman Festival 2019
The sights, sounds and smells of Roman Eboracum come to life in the beautiful grounds of York Museum Gardens. Alongside fighting displays and a Roman Living History camp showing domestic life, children meet Roman soldiers and take part in army drills.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/EboracumRomanFestival/

4 Jun 2019

19:30Promotional Launch Event for 'Weathereye: Selected Poems' by Steve Griffiths
Steve Griffiths is launching his new book Weathereye: Selected Poems. This event takes place at Victoria Hotel, Menai Bridge, Isle Of Anglesey, LL59 5DR.

7 Jun 2019

14:00 - 15:00Book signing by Gillian Morton and Maureen Armstrong, Authors of 'Bombweed'
This event will take place at WH Smith 154 Commercial Rd, Portsmouth PO1 1EX.

8 Jun 2019

10:00 - MiddayTalk by Gillian Morton and Maureen Armstrong, Authors of 'Bombweed'
This event will take place at D-Day Map Room, Southwick House, Southwick, Portsmouth PO17 6EJ, as part of the commemorations of  the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
11:30Pauline Tait Reads 'The Fairy in the Kettle Gets Magical'
Pauline will be reading The Fairy in the Kettle Gets Magical. This event takes place at Waterstones Perth.

9 Jun 2019

10:00 - MiddayTalk by Gillian Morton and Maureen Armstrong, Authors of 'Bombweed'
This event will take place at D-Day Map Room, Southwick House, Southwick, Portsmouth PO17 6EJ, as part of the commemorations of  the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

10 Jun 2019

Talk by Gillian Morton and Maureen Armstrong, Authors of 'Bombweed'
The authors of Bombweed, a novel of family and friendship during WWII, will be talking about their book. This event takes place at the St Luke’s Ladies Club, St Luke’s Gardens, Brislington, Bristol, BS4 4NW.

11 Jun 2019

Midday - 15:00'The Doubtful Diaries of Wicked Mistress Yale' Book Signing with David Ebsworth
David Ebsworth, author of The Doubtful Diaries of Wicked Mistress Yale, is hosting a book signing at The Yale Bookstore - Boston, Massachusetts and New Haven, 77 Broadway, CT 06511, USA.

12 Jun 2019

Midday - 15:00'The Doubtful Diaries of Wicked Mistress Yale' Book Signing with David Ebsworth
David Ebsworth, author of The Doubtful Diaries of Wicked Mistress Yale, is hosting a book signing at The Yale Bookstore - Boston, Massachusetts and New Haven, 77 Broadway, CT 06511, USA.

21 Jun 2019

Dublin Writers Conference
Now in its 5th year, the Dublin Writers' Conference helps writers to improve their writing craft, publish successfully, and plan the marketing necessary for any author to achieve success whether traditionally published or self-published. FFI please click here.
'LANDSCAPES TURNED RED: The Pacifist's Guide to Writing Authentic Battle Scenes'
David Ebsworth, author of The Doubtful Diaries of Wicked Mistress Yale, is taking part in a panel 'LANDSCAPES TURNED RED: The Pacifist's Guide to Writing Authentic  Battle Scenes’ with the Historical Novel Society in Washington DC, Oxon Hill, Maryland. Venue TBC.


21 Jun 2019

Dublin Writers Conference
Now in its 5th year, the Dublin Writers' Conference helps writers to improve their writing craft, publish successfully, and plan the marketing necessary for any author to achieve success whether traditionally published or self-published. FFI please click here.
'LANDSCAPES TURNED RED: The Pacifist's Guide to Writing Authentic Battle Scenes'
David Ebsworth, author of The Doubtful Diaries of Wicked Mistress Yale, is taking part in a panel 'LANDSCAPES TURNED RED: The Pacifist's Guide to Writing Authentic  Battle Scenes’ with the Historical Novel Society in Washington DC, Oxon Hill, Maryland. Venue TBC.


22 Jun 2019

Dublin Writers Conference
Now in its 5th year, the Dublin Writers' Conference helps writers to improve their writing craft, publish successfully, and plan the marketing necessary for any author to achieve success whether traditionally published or self-published. FFI please click here.
'LANDSCAPES TURNED RED: The Pacifist's Guide to Writing Authentic Battle Scenes'
David Ebsworth, author of The Doubtful Diaries of Wicked Mistress Yale, is taking part in a panel 'LANDSCAPES TURNED RED: The Pacifist's Guide to Writing Authentic  Battle Scenes’ with the Historical Novel Society in Washington DC, Oxon Hill, Maryland. Venue TBC. 

23 Jun 2019

Dublin Writers Conference
Now in its 5th year, the Dublin Writers' Conference helps writers to improve their writing craft, publish successfully, and plan the marketing necessary for any author to achieve success whether traditionally published or self-published. FFI please click here.

28 Jun 2019

18:00'Suffrage Stories' Book Launch with Contributing Author Lucienne Boyce
Lucienne Boyce, author of the Dan Foster Mystery Series, has written a chapter for the book Suffrage Stories: Tales from Knebworth, Stevenage, Hitchin and Letchworth. It will be launched at Knebworth House (the home of suffragette Lady Constance Lytton), Stevenage, SG3 6PY.

29 Jun 2019

10:30Pauline Tait Reads 'The Fairy in the Kettle Gets Magical'
Pauline will be reading The Fairy in the Kettle Gets Magical. This event takes place at Waterstones Aviemore.

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