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RE: [bookclub-1568] Some book events

From: Rowena W.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 11, 2009 9:26 PM
Justin,
 
Thanks for this, they look very interesting.  I have contacted Richard directly for tickets etc.
 
Rowena




From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: [bookclub-1568] Some book events
Date: Mon, 9 Feb[masked]:17:09 -0500

See below. Some of you may be interested in these events.

Justin

> From: <[address removed]>
> Sent: Saturday, February 07,[masked]:48 PM

My name is Richard Foreman. I work as a freelance consultant and publicist to authors.
I will be helping to arrange the following events over the next month or so.
Please let me know should you or any members of your Reading Group wish to receive complimentary tickets.

Regards
Richard Foreman.


Love & History. Feb 10th. 7.00 Start.
QI's Justin Pollard talks about The Interesting Bits in Love & History.
Waterstone's Notting Hill.

Love & History. Feb 11th. 7.00 Start.
Tom Holland, Adrian Tinniswood and Tracy Borman talk about their favourite Love Affairs, Power Couples & Mistresses in History.
Kensington Library, Phillimore Walk.

Love & History. Feb 12. 7.00 Start.
Paul Strathern, Lucy Moore & Alice Albinia talk about their favourite Love Affairs, Power Couples & Mistresses in History.
Daunt's Bookshop, Fulham Rd.

Butcher & Bolt. Feb 19th. 7.00 Start.
Alice Albinia interviews BBC Correspondent David Loyn about his new book, Butcher & Bolt - 200 Years of Foreign Engagement in Afghanistan.
Borders Islington.

Fact & Fiction. March 3rd. 7.00 Start.
TV & Military Historian Saul David talks about writing Historical Fiction. In conversation with Crime Novelist David Dickinson also.
Kensington Library, Phillimore Walk.

War & Peace with Adam Zamoyski. March 17th. 7.00 Start.
Bestselling Historian Adam Zamoyski talks about his latest books.
Daunt's Bookshop, Fulham Rd.

Fact & Fiction. March 18th. 7.00 Start
Saul David, Robyn Young & Justin Kerr-Smiley talk about writing Historical Fiction.
Waterstone's Notting Hill.

Journeys. March 25th. 7.00 Start.
Tim Butcher, Alice Albinia & Nigel Jones talk about their latest books and the art of Travel Writing.
Brompton Rd Library.




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