Newark Literary Festival – roundup

We were at Newark Literary Festival yesterday and Oh My Goodness what a terrific day it was.

The organisation was first class; the information we were given in advance was timely, accurate, and helpful.

Once the stall was set up and open for business – you have to understand we were LitFest virgins! – we took it in turns to browse around the other stalls and chat to stallholders.

Our stall looked like this:

It was a thrill and a pleasure to discuss my books with people, and to watch the enthusiasm for my project catch their imagination.

To everyone who bought my books: thank you so much. I hope you enjoy reading them.

To the organisers of the Newark Literary Festival: thank you for your hard work and brilliant organisation. I look forward to coming back next year with a fourth book to complete the series.

Newark Book Festival!

I’m thrilled to be able to tell you that we will be appearing at the 2024 Newark Book Festival on Sunday 14th July.

If you’re in the area (look, this is the original Newark, not the Johnny-come-lately one in the USA), feel free to pop by. You’ll find us on stall #28 with a supply of sweets as well as copies of Tempest, Storm, and Hurricane, which we’ll be selling at a specially discounted boxed-set rate for visitors to the book festival.

Unfortunately we’ll have to leave the spaniels at home, but why don’t you come along and see what we’re like when we’re not herding dogs? We’d love to see you.

Of course, if you can’t make it for a geographical (or other) reason, you can get Tempest, Storm, and Hurricane from this website at a discount (though not as much as the discount we’ll be offering at Newark).

Or you can get the books on Kindle or paperback through Amazon.

But if you can make it to Newark, we’d rather see you there; that would be nice.