Books by the beach

It is now almost exactly a month until this local event, which doesn’t give us a lot of time in which to forewarn our local friends.

‘But the Campbells are coming hoorah, hoorah.’

I feel really must stir my stumps a little and tell you something about it.

So here is the poster made to promote the event, with pictures of the four participants, all very prettily displayed.

Peter Guttridge who writes novels set in Brighton where he lives, is going to chair and facilitate the event, so we are in good hands and there are three local writers who will be there to entertain you.

Juliet West, joint winner of the Kate Betts’ Memorial Prize, a MA from Chichester University and writer of ‘Before the Fall’ which is set in London’s East end and ‘The Faithful’ which is set in Aldwick at the time of Oswald Mosley’s ‘Blackshirts’ and the civil war in Spain.

Graham Minett, who taught in Felpham Comprehensive school at the same time as I did, has four novels that are thrillers about revenge and redemption, published by Bonnier Zaffre and is at the planning stage of book five. Stand back and prepare to be thrilled.

And then there’s me, I’m the third and I have to admit to you that I’m hideously old, but I haven’t started biting yet!

Tickets are FREE and available at Heygates Book shop in Bognor Station and The Regis Centre.

I hope to see you there.

3 thoughts on “Books by the beach

  1. Hi, Beryl,
    If possible, could you mention the Bognor Regis Write Club to your audience please? We meet monthly at the Regis Music Centre and invite members to join us if they are writing with intent to publish. If they email me at bognorwriters@gmail.com I can provide more info. I have also forwarded this email to the current members so there might be one or two there on the evening. Sadly I can’t attend as already booked elsewhere.

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