If you can reach Moulton in Northamptonshire you might like to come along to the Moulton Literary Festival on (and around) 9th October 2022. Check out the link and you’ll see it’s a varied programme. My session begins at 2pm, ‘Twenty Years to be an Overnight Success’, the story from my first short story sale to reaching #1 on the Kindle UK chart. A slide show accompanies the talk and I’m happy to sign books or join you in a selfie.
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The virtual Avon Book Fest continues with authorly chat between Phillipa Ashley and Bella Osborne, an event for which I’ll be acting as chair, on the screen of your device.
Join us on Friday 1st May, 5.30-6.30 p.m. BST for a conversation about books and writing. Register for this free event here and get ready to type in your questions! We’ll answer as many as we can. Registration ends at 5pm Wednesday 29th April 2020.
The full Avon Book Fest programme can be found here and you can register for any event that takes your fancy.
Free event #AvonBookFest 3 April 5.30-6.30 pm BST @LornaCookAuthor @FionaGibson @SueMoorcroft @AvonBooksUK
From today I’ll be a patron of Desborough Library and Community Hub. When better to announce this than the first day of #LoveLibrariesWeek and #RomanceReadingMonth, both part of the celebrations for the sixtieth anniversary year of the Romantic Novelists’ Association?
The events are coming thick and fast at the moment. I’m really looking forward to this event in Tring not just because they’re putting on an AWESOME festival but because I’ll be sharing the slot with my author buddy Jules Wake. I love her books! She also writes as Julie Caplin too so she keeps me in plenty of reading fodder.
If you’d like to come along to the event, here are the details:
SUE MOORCROFT AND JULES WAKE – IN CONVERSATION
|Date||Saturday 16th November 2019|
|Doors Open||4:45 PM|
|Venue||The David Evans Court Theatre|
Length – 60 mins
Tickets – £12
We’d love to see you.
Just to let you know that I’ll be returning to the Earls Barton Literary Festival on 8 June 2019 between 3pm and 4pm in the stunning Methodist Church. I’ll be in conversation with local lovely Julie Williams, chatting about my writing life and what it means to be with a major publisher.
The Oundle Bookshop is providing a pop-up bookshop for the weekend in the library. Book sales and signings, chats and selfies will all take place there. Like many participants, my fee will be donated to the village library.
It’s a great programme. Further information and tickets here.