Come see me read at Longsight Library for World Book Night!

Tomorrow night (Tuesday 23 April) I’ll be reading extracts from my debut novel, A is for Angelica, as part of the World Book Night event at Longsight Library in Manchester.
This will be my first World Book Night as an officially published author and due to my ongoing adaptation to fatherhood, my first public reading since Christmas. This means I’m very excited about the whole business.

I’m also very excited about meeting and sharing a platform with fellow Legend Press author James Higgerson, whose novel The Almost Lizard was published just recently. We’re going to do some recording/interviewy stuff together, so look out for that in the coming weeks…

…or if you’re in the area, why not come along? I’m on at 7pm but the event itself starts at 6pm. Let me know if you’re going and make sure you say hello. I’ll be the one that looks like me.

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