It is my birthday today and what I wish most for – apart from my books becoming best-sellers – is to meet some of my readers. Well, in 6 weeks we could meet. Have you got your tickets for Manchester yet? They are on sale and we would love to see you there
Get tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/manchester-author-event-gig-…
Watch a video about the event: https://youtu.be/-rVu8GM0SgI
50 or so fellow authors, hosted by Scarlett Enterprises, will be there on Saturday 13th August at the Red Rose Steam Society Ltd. Mining Museum in Astley Green, Manchester, M29 7JB
The signing and evening gig will take place in a large marquee measuring 21 x 15 metres, with a smaller marquee accommodating the beer tent & refreshments. In the evening there will be a BBQ and other food available. Afternoon tea of sandwiches and cakes will be available to purchase, through the day. An ice cream van is also going to be onsite.
Through the day an author book signing will take place, with morning and afternoon sessions available.
Morning session will run 11 am – 1.30 pm, afternoon 2.30 pm – 5 pm, or an option for an all day ticket.
There will be a break between 1.30 – 2.30 pm for dinner, to enable attendees, helpers and authors alike to have a break.
If anybody is thinking of attending and would like to order a signed copy of one of my paperbacks at a slightly reduced rate to be collected at the event, I have given a link below to the pre-order form (deadline for orders is July 10th).
The Saturday evening event is in the form of a gig, which will begin at 7 pm and run through to 11.30 pm. Alongside the music there will be spoken word artists reading to the audience.
There will also be a raffle on the day of the signing, and all winners will be announced in the evening. Raffle prizes will include signed paperbacks and more prizes will be announced closer to the event. The monies raised from the raffle will be donated to the local Scout & Guide Troop. Two charities will benefit from a percentage of the profits for this event. Part to the Mining Museum itself, and the other to MIND.
Come and see me there. It’ll be great to meet you!