And finally we've reached Week 6 of National Crime Writing Month!
I'll be starting this week with a reader event at Leeds Central Library in West Yorkshire on Monday 8th July (6.30pm start). This is a FREE event, but you can book a place by phoning 0113 247 6016.
The following day, Tuesday 9th July, Mansfield Library in Nottinghanshire will be the venue for another free event starting at 2pm. For more details, phone 01623 651337 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Later in the week, I'll be talking to readers at Tickhill Library in South Yorkshire on Thursday 11th July at 2pm (sorry, this event is fully booked!).
Finally, I'll be taking part in the Gedling Book Festival on Sunday 14th July in Arnold, Nottingham (2.30pm), when I'll talk about locations in the Cooper & Fry series. There's free admission for this festival too:http://www.newwritersuk.co.uk/gedling.html
But even when Crime Writing Month is over, there'll be plenty more events to come!
For a start, I'll be performing the official re-opening of the library cafe at Doncaster Central Library at 10am on Monday 15th July, and I'll be available to answer readers' questions and sign books afterwards.
On Saturday 20th July I'll be signing the new Cooper & Fry novel ALREADY DEAD at Reading Matters bookshop in Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire (10.30am - 12.30pm).
And you can enjoy 'An Evening with Stephen Booth' at the Spring Bank Arts Centre in New Mills, Derbyshire, on Thursday 25th July. Details of this event are here:http://www.springbankarts.org.uk/events/an-evening-with-stephen-booth/
To see if I'll be in your area during the next few months, check out the details on the Events Page:
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