One Day Down but There’s All These Great Talks Tomorrow

Dan Worsley and Karen Charlton,
How To Make the Grade in Self-Publishing

Friday 3 July, 11am, Central Library

Both ex-teachers, Dan and Karen have made successful career changes to writing. Dan is a highly regarded local storyteller who has recently self-published a collection of short stories for children and Karen’s forays into self- publishing have led her to mainstream publishing. In conversation with John Simpson Wedge from the Blackpool Museum Project

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Elizabeth FremantleElizabeth Fremantle Interview with John Simpson Wedge
Friday 3 July, 12.15pm, Central Library.

A welcome back to Wordpool for Elizabeth, whose latest novel, Watch the Lady, is the final part of her Tudor Trilogy. Elizabeth is also our Twitter Book Club pick.

Tickets £3.00 or £2.50 for Library Members (inc light lunch)
Available from Eventbrite or Blackpool Central Library

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Carys BrayAmanda BrookeCarys Bray and Amanda Brooke in Conversation
Friday 3 July, 1.45pm, Central Library

Carys Bray‘s novel A Song for Issy Bradley won rave reviews for its portrayal of the aftermath of family tragedy.Amanda Brooke‘s decision to write was inspired by a tragedy in her own life, her latest novel is The Missing Husband. Both authors examine closely what happens to characters when their world is suddenly and inexplicably changed overnight.

Tickets £3.00 or £2.50 (inc refreshements)
Available from Eventbrite or Blackpool Central Library

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