Please see email below re tickets to meet authors. If you are interested in attending please let me know ASAP so I can contact the organiser re the numbers.
As mentioned a quick reply will ensure you are reserved a ticket
hello reading groups we are an organisation promoting authors, the following events are free and tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Should you be free on the evening of March 31st Waterstone's Notting Hill will be hosting a special History Boys event.. Tom Holland (author of Rubicon and Millennium), Paul Strathern (author of The Medici) and Jules Stewart(author of Crimson Snow) will be talking about their latest books and writing history. 7.00 Start. Meet the authors. Ask questions.
Should you wish to obtain complimentary tickets for this event please contact me at [address removed]
If you are available for a talk on travel writing, at Brompton Road Library on the evening of March 25th, Nigel Jones (author of The War Walk), Alice Albinia (author of Empires Of The Indus) and Tim Butcher (author of Blood River) will be giving a talk about their book, journeys the art of travel writing. 7.00 start. Meet the authors. Ask questions
We meet on a bi monthly basis at a venue in Islington to debate, discuss and dissect the chosen novel for that month. Some excellent locations to choose from in Islington. Previous books chosen have include "The New York Trilogy", "God of Small Things and "Confederacy of Dunces". Members recommend a book then everyone votes, the book chosen for the following month being the one with the most votes. All Islingtonian bookworms welcome!