Thursday, 26 September 2013

Yeovil Literary Festival

Last weekend was the Yeovil Literary Festival, and I was part of it, in my capacity as a newly published author.

I participated in one panel event – past winners of the Yeovil Literary Prize. There have been quite a few success stories now from this internationally renowned competition, and Red Rock is one of them, an earlier version having been Highly Commended back in 2010.

I also gave a workshop to a fabulous bunch of kids – we went on a journey to Mars, smashing into asteroids and battling aliens.

But for me the real highlight of the festival was going with the family to see Michael Morpurgo, Private Peaceful the Concert. It was absolutely superb - a blend of reading and music, and I’m not exaggerating when I say that there wasn’t a dry eye in the theatre.

So all in all I think the organisers deserve a big round of applause for such a successful event! Roll on Yeovil Literary Festival 2014!

And look what I spotted in the window of Yeovil Waterstones….


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    1. It was a lot of fun. I'm looking forward to the next time - you never know what the kids will come up with! :-)

  2. Wish I'd known you were going to be there, I'd have popped along to say hi.

    1. Oh shame! It would have been nice to meet you - next time... :-)

    2. Please let me know if you do a signing in Yeovil and I'll try and pop by. :)

    3. Hopefully Marcus is organising something at Waterstones. I'll let you know when I hear more. :-)


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