Sandstone Press

Events

All our upcoming events can be found below!

19th October, 6.15

Waterstones Bath

Rachel Ward will launch her first novel for adults, The Cost of Living, at Waterstones Bath.

Details: https://www.waterstones.com/events/an-evening-with-rachel-ward-the-cost-of-living/bath

19th October, 6.30pm

The Highland Bookshop

Iain Hector Ross will launch his new book, The Whisky Dictionary, with a talk, music, and perhaps a dram or two! Call 01397 705931 to book.

Details: http://www.highlandbookshop.com/events

25th October, 3pm

Tonic, dundee

Daniel Shand returns to the University of Dundee to discuss his award winning novel, Fallow, as part of the Writers Read series of talks.

Details: https://literarydundee.co.uk/events/writers-read-daniel-shand

26th October, 10am

Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee

Ajay Close will discuss A Petrol Scented Spring via Lifelong Learning Dundee's The World Through Literature course.

Details: https://lifelonglearningdundee.org.uk/courses/courses-literature-language/

27th October

The Rendezvous Hotel, Skipton

Steve Chilton will launch the paperback of Running Hard at a charity event featuring two fellow runners.

Tickets and details: https://www.eventbee.com/v/jud1th/event?eid=189159514#/tickets

28th October, 1.30pm

Firth Hall, University of Sheffield

Stephen May Will be appearing at Off the Shelf present: It's All Fiction - Reader's Day. Tickets include a free book!

Details and tickets: https://tickets.sheffieldstudentsunion.com/ents/event/11255/

28th October, 5pm

WOW! Festival, Crieff

Ajay Close will discuss A Petrol Scented Spring as part of Women of the World at Strathearn Community Library in Crieff.

Details and tickets: http://www.culturepk.org.uk/whats-on/author-meal-and-film-as-part-of-women-of-the-world/