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2 Mar 2020

Publication Day for 'Thoughts on Architecture, Myths & Management'
Thoughts on Architecture, Myths & Management, by Thomas Saunders, is published today.
19:00Steve Griffiths will be reading from his poetry collection 'Weathereye'
The reading will be held for Poetry Upstairs at the Hen & Chicks pub, Flannel Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5EG.

5 Mar 2020

11:00 - 15:00Meet the author - Vix J Cooper
Meet Vix J Cooper, the author of Crazy Pets and Secrets Revealed. Home educators event at Chiltern Open Air Museum, Newland Park, Gorelands Lane, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, HP8 4AB. Teach children how to to get inspiration for creative writing.

6 Mar 2020

14:00 - 18:00Lucienne Boyce talk on 'Stories of Inspirational Women'
Lucienne will be attending the unveiling of a blue plaque to Bristol-born suffragette Emmeline Pethick Lawrence at Lewisham House, 80 Bristol Road Lower, Weston-super-Mare (where Emmeline spent her childhood) at 2.00 pm. The unveiling will be followed by "Stories of Inspirational Women" - a panel event at Weston Museum from 3.30 pm. Stories of Inspirational Women focuses on historical women who were thinkers and actioners ahead of their time, as part of Weston’s Literature Festival. Becky Walsh will be interviewing the panellists, and with Lucienne will be writer and explorer Jacki Hill-Murphy and biographer Kathryn Atherton (Suffragette Planners and Plotters: The Pankhurst/Pethick-Lawrence Story).  For information about Weston-super-Mare Literature Festival click here

7 Mar 2020

10:30 - 14:30Meet the author - Vix J Cooper
Meet Vix J Cooper, the author of Crazy Pets and Secrets Revealed. This event will take place at St Albans Library, Level 2, The Maltings, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 3JQ.

8 Mar 2020

Publication Day for 'The Sewing Place'
The Sewing Place by Joslin Day, a historical fiction novel set in eighteenth-century Exeter, is published today.

10 Mar 2020

14:30 - 16:00Live on Facebook (instead of the London Book Fair)
As the London Book Fair has been cancelled, and we won't be able to meet people face to face, we wanted to offer the opportunity to ask about self-publishing on Facebook instead. Send us a direct message, or post your question on our Page here.

11 Mar 2020

14:30 - 16:00Live on Facebook (instead of the London Book Fair)
As the London Book Fair has been cancelled, and we won't be able to meet people face to face, we wanted to offer the opportunity to ask about self-publishing on Facebook instead. Send us a direct message, or post your question on our Page here.

12 Mar 2020

12:30 - 13:30Lucienne Boyce talk on the Bristol suffragettes
A talk about the Bristol suffragettes in the Central Library’s Lunch Time Lecture Series as part of a month of events commemorating International Women’s Day. Click here for information about Bristol Central Library. Free, no need to book.
This event will take place at Bristol Central Library, Bristol Central Library, Deanery Road, City Centre, Bristol, BS1 5TL.

14:30 - 16:00Live on Facebook (instead of the London Book Fair)
As the London Book Fair has been cancelled, and we won't be able to meet people face to face, we wanted to offer the opportunity to ask about self-publishing on Facebook instead. Send us a direct message, or post your question on our Page here.
18:30 - 20:30North London Architects present: Architecture, Myths and Management
RIBA member Thomas Saunders is delighted to invite you to celebrate the launch of latest book, 'Thoughts On Architecture, Myths and Management’!

In his new book, Thomas Saunders, a distinguished Architect himself, reflects on what has happened to the profession. Thomas will be joined by guest speakers Jennifer Dixon, Practitioner and former EMEA Architecture Lead at AECOM, alongside Marianne Davys, Practitioner and Author on the topic of leadership and management in the ever-evolving role of the architect. Presentations will be followed by a Q&A session. 

For two thousand years, the designer themselves had major influence on what was built, encompassing all aspects of "the art of living“. Buildings would only work if they brought good health, a sense of spiritual serenity, satisfying proportionality, and respect to the planet. That is where the modern profession must return, says Saunders.

20 Mar 2020

13:00 - 14:00Lucienne Boyce talk on 'The 'Dan Foster Mysteries'
A talk about the Dan Foster Mysteries. For information about the Friends of Bishopston Library and booking click here. For details of Bishopston Library click here
 
This event will take place at Bishopston Library, Gloucester Road, Bristol BS7 8BN.

25 Mar 2020

Midday - 13:00David Ebsworth interview on Calon FM
David Ebsworth will be interviewed on Calon FM (Pen and Ink) about the Yale Trilogy and the Wrexham Carnival of Words. 

“If you’re thinking of self-publishing, I hope you don't go at it alone. With a team like SilverWood behind you, you have the support you need to publish the best work you believe in.”

J A Higgins