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2 Sep 2019

14:15 - 15:00Gillian Morton, author of 'Bombweed' will be speaking on Radio Wiltshire
Gillian will be promoting the event at the Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre on 5th September.

5 Sep 2019

10:00 - 16:30Gillian Morton, author of 'Bombweed' will be giving a talk
Gillian will be giving a talk at the Wilthshire & Swindon History Centre. The event will discover more about the people and places in Sherston through archival documents, maps, archaeology and additional resources for local history, plus afternoon guided tour around the village with architectural historian Dorothy Treasure.

£10 (bring lunch, own transport required), booking essential. 

You can find more information here

7 Sep 2019

11:30 - 17:30Beth Boland Signs 'The Trivial Tragedy of Hilda the Vegetarian Vampire Bat'
Beth Boland, author of The Trivial Tragedy of Hilda the Vegetarian Vampire Bat, will be signing copies of her book. This event takes place at WH Smith, 370-372 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 5TA. All welcome.

11 Sep 2019

19:30'Senseless outrages against property’: the Bristol Suffragettes.
Lucienne Boyce, author of The Bristol Suffragettes, will be holding a talk titled "'Senseless outrages against property’: the Bristol Suffragettes" at Doynton and Wick Women’s Institute, Doynton Village Hall.

14 Sep 2019

Book Signing Event for 'Ripples from the Edge of Life' with Roland Chesters
This event will take place at WH Smith, The Bentall Centre, Unit L8, G13 & G14, Wood St, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 1TR.
13:30 - 15:00David Ebsworth will be talking about his experiences of the Curtis Brown course, 'Edit and Pitch You
This event will take place at Wrexham Glyndŵr University, LL11 2AW. David will be talking to the Wrexham Carnival of Words Writers Group (and anybody else who might be interested) about his experiences of the Curtis Brown course, Edit and Pitch Your Novel. This follows a not-to-be-missed workshop by the brilliant Amy Rattenbury on Forensic Science for Writers, same venue, 10.00am until 1.00pm. 
14:00Steve Griffiths will be reading from his poetry collection 'Weathereye'
The reading will be held at the Ucheldre Centre, Mill Bank, Holyhead, LL65 1TE.
19:00David Ebsworth talk - Another telling of the Catherine Yale and 'Doubtful Diaries' background
Event held at Hope Library, Castell Alun High School, Fagl La, Wrexham, LL12 9PY

19 Sep 2019

10:00 - MiddayGillian Morton, author of 'Bombweed' will be giving a talk
Gillian will be speaking to members of the Fishponds and Staple Hill Probus Club at the Fishponds Club.

20 Sep 2019

18:00 - 22:00National Diversity Awards
Roland Chesters, author of Ripples from the Edge of Life will be attending the National Diversity Awards ceremony in Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on 20th September, after being shortlisted as a Role Model for Disability. Find more information here.

21 Sep 2019

14:00 - 16:00Early Release Signing 'Jess Guides the Way'
Jo Allmond & Jess Hiles will be signing their new book Jess Guides the Way. This event will take place at The Ironbridge Book Shop, 5 The Square, Ironbridge, Telford TF8 7AQ.

26 Sep 2019

18:30Noir at the Bar with Lucienne Boyce
Lucienne Boyce will be reading from the new Dan Foster Mystery, Death Makes No Distinction, at the inaugural meeting of Noir at the Bar in Bath. This event takes place at the Ring O Bells, Claverton Street, Widcome, Bath. 
 

27 Sep 2019

19:00 - 21:00'A Life of Their Own' Book Launch
Pauline Tait will be launching her first novel for adults, A Life of Their Own at Waterstones in Perth with prosecco and nibbles. This event takes place at Waterstones, King Edward Street, Perth, PH1 5UX.

28 Sep 2019

Cyborg Cadavers Event
Cyborg Cadavers, a new exhibition from Hallidonto. Stephen Oram, author of Eating Robots and Biohacked & Begging, will be reading a specially commissioned piece for the launch of the exhibition. You can find more details here.
14:00 - 17:00'Religion Through The Looking Glass of Ethics' Lecture by John Holroyd
John will be giving his lecture, 'Religion Through the Looking Glass of Ethics'. His lecture will be followed by a discussion. Signed copies of his book, Judging Religion: A Dialogue for Our Time will be available for purchase.

Further details here.

This event takes place at The West London Philosophy Group.

30 Sep 2019

10:15'Judging Religion: A Dialogue for Our Time' Lecture by John Holroyd
This lecture will be followed by discussion. Signed copies of Judging Religion: A Dialogue for Our Time will be available for purchase.

This event takes place at London U3A, Peter Samuel Lecture Hall, 1st Floor, Royal Free Hospital, Pond Street, Hampstead, NW3 2QG.

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