All our upcoming events can be found below!
21st November, 6.30pm
Peter Cunningham will be reading from Acts of Allegiance at Ardkeen Lirary in Waterford. Please call 0761 10 2755 to book your free ticket.
23rd November, 6pm
Jo Woolf, author of The Great Horizon, will discuss her new book at Waterstones Inverness.
25th November, 9.30am
Greenwood Conference Centre, Irvine
Ajay Close will appear at North Ayrhire Readers' Day, a day for readers to meet and share their love of reading. Panel discussion and group sessions will feature, with other authors including Keith Charters, Ronald Frame, Douglas Skelton and Theresa Talbot.
Details and tickets: https://www.facebook.com/events/1083257678477324/
25th November, 2pm
Jo Woolf will be signing copies of her fantastic collection of 50 true tales of adventure and exploration, The Great Horizon.
25th November, 7pm
The Highland Bookshop, Fort William
Jo Woolf, author of The Great Horizon, will discuss her new book at the Highland Bookshop.
25th November, 2pm
Cove and Kilcreggan Book Festival
Paul MacAlindin will discuss his book, Upbeat, which tells the story of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq.
Details and Tickets: http://www.knockderryhouse.co.uk/event/cove-kilcreggan-book-festival-2017/
27th November, 6.30pm
An evening with Catherine Simpson, author of Truestory, and Rachael Lucas, author of The State of Grace. Join them to hear how their lived experiences of autism informed their books.
30th November, 10am
The Horsemill, Crathes Castle
Ian Mitchell Davidson and the National Trust for Scotland will be launching A Heritage in Stone at Crathes Castle on the 30th November.
RSVP : firstname.lastname@example.org
30th November, 7.15
Central Library, Greenock
Catherine Simpson, author of Truestory, will discuss writing, getting published, and inspiration for writing with her daughter Nina, who has Autism.
Details and tickets: http://scottishbooktrust.com/about/events/au-some-libraries