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Full programme announced and tickets on sale!
The annual Nottingham and Inspire Nottinghamshire Libraries’ Readers’ Day takes place on Saturday 18 November at County Hall, West Bridgford.
The full, exciting line-up has now been announced, and features:
Shrabani Basu – the writer behind the book Victoria and Abdul, which has now become a major feature film starring Judi Dench
Jane Harris – the acclaimed author of the Observations – chosen as one of Richard and Judy’s Books of the Decade. She joins us following the publication of her new novel Sugar Money.
Jenn Ashworth – named as one The Culture Show’s Best New British Novelists. “Dark, compelling, beautifully written” is how The Guardian describes her latest novel The Fell.
Plus, as ever, there’s a wonderfully wide choice of parallel sessions to choose from during this all-day event for book lovers, including sessions on:
Why We Love Music
Austen’s Father Figures
Brilliant Book Blurbs
Dorothy L Sayers
And lots more . . .
This much-loved event almost always sells out, so early booking is highly recommended! * Plus, there’s an early bird offer on until 27 October!
Download this year’s full Readers’ Day leaflet and booking form from this page. Printed versions are on their way out to libraries and other venues. And this year, we’ve also created a simple, black and white version of the booking form for ease of printing.
*Booking requests should be made using the booking form and by following the instructions detailed on the form.
We’d love you to join us! By becoming a member of Inspire you will be able to have your say on how the society works and develops.
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