Love Reading! Morley Town Hall, 5 October

The 2014 Morley Literaure Festival ProgrammeDon’t miss Morley Literature Festival’s first-ever Love Reading!

The event is the chance to enjoy an afternoon listening to a range of talented writers in an informal setting.

Sunday, 5th Oct , 13:30 – 16:30 at Where Morley Town Hall Price £6.00 / £7.00 on the door. Price includes refreshments and a free raffle ticket, booking details here.

Our programme features:

Cara Brennan – poet and author of ‘Damaged Dresses’. Cara was featured by Read Regional earlier this year (www.readregional.co.uk) and is a graduate of the Writing Squad. “Brennan is clearly a young writer who is capable of creating a world which is distinctly her own”, Sabotage Reviews

Susanna Meese, acclaimed traditional storyteller, short listed for the BASE (British Award for Storytelling Excellence) Award 2013. “Made me very excited to go and get storytelling” Yorkshire and the Humber Youth Libraries Group day school, May 2014

Crime writer Bea Davenport, who will be discussing her latest novel ‘This Little Piggy’. “In Too Deep’ is a thrilling crime novel, so suspenseful that…it’ll have you poring over its contents until 3am…” – Laura Steven, Living North Magazine

Deborah Swift, author of historical fiction, including ‘A Divided Inheritance’ who gets tons of 5* ratings from Leeds readers. ‘Another superbly researched and detailed novel by Swift. Filled with suspense, accuracy, real-to-life settings and characters, A Divided Inheritance will satisfy even the most discerning of history buffs.’ The Examiner

Morley Literature FestivalThe event also includes a book swap (bring an old favourite and exchange it for something completely different) a raffle and a literary quiz. Waterstones Leeds will be on hand with books for sale and signing by our guest authors.

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One thought on “Love Reading! Morley Town Hall, 5 October

  1. Darn, bit of a way from where I am in London. I would love this, especially as I’ve recently published two books which you may view on my blog home page. I might just find myself down there from Kings Cross stn.

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