Book Readings at the UK Indie Lit Fest 2018

Readers Appearing at the UK Indie Lit Fest 2018

Readers at Lit Fest

At the UK Indie Lit Fest the authors are good sports and love meeting new readers and long-time fans. During the day, in-between other book events, there will be chance to listen to some of your favourite authors read their work.

Or you could simply pop in and find  a new favourite read. #IndieBooksBeSeen Click images to enlarge.

171205 William

 

10.15   – William Conniston –

Reading from his scary M.I.C.E series of novels for 8+

 


171201 Maria

 

10.30 – Maria Gibbs –

Reading from her hit novel A Boy From the Streets.

 


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11.30  – Felicity Snowden –

 Reading from her thriller, Grave  Misconception.

 

 


John Rigg

12.05 –  John Rigg –

Reading from his memoirs of a sporting spectator.

 


Carole Bulewski

12.55 –  Carole Bulewski –

 Reading from her literary horror, The Music of the Cosmos.

 

 


David Hutter

2.20 –  David Hutter –

Reading from his novel Fake News.

 

 


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3.15 –  Roger Barton – 

Reading of his new release Barbers Ridge.

 

 


E C Hibbs

4.05 –  E.C. Hibbs –

Reading from her populate YA novel, The Sailorman’s Daughter.

 


 

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4.20 –  Joshua Sutton – 

Reading from his newest release Cameraman (paranormal thriller).

 


We are sure there has to be something here for everyone. The FREE BOOK EVENT  is on Saturday 28th July 2018 at Kala Sangam Bradford UK. Click the logo to visit the website to find out more.

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Thanks for stopping by we hope some of you will be able to join us.

Happy Reading

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