11th November Solva Woollen Mill 7pm
Wire, Wool and Words
For the Wire Group ( Women in Rural Enterprise) Anna and I will talk about our unusual relationship of bookselling through a woollen mill. Anna will also talk about weaving, working and selling wool in a global marketplace and just how far flung a rug woven in Pembrokeshire can reach.
I will read a little from East of the Sun, Little Evie and maybe The Wild Swans and there will be a chance to buy signed books for presents. So come and join us for a different kind of evening.
( Tea, coffee, maybe the odd cake, who knows what else?)
23rd November Number Seven, Dulverton
Reading with Catherine Hyde throughout the afternoon in the warm firelight at this beautiful, gallery, bookshop, emporium of delights. For more info see Number Seven’s website. This is an intimate, quiet and gentle affair, a chance to really get to know us and the books, and again, to get signed copies of most of our titles.
26th November Truro School, Cornwall.
After working during the day with the children from the school Truro school invites people to join us in the school library at 4pm for tales and tea. Catherine and I will be talking about Little Evie and also about The Twelve Dancing Princesses, about painting and we will be trying not to fight, so come along for what might be an exiting event at Truro School.
27th November Fannie and the Fox, Penryn, Cornwall 4- 6 pm
This event depends on the audience. If you want us to read we will, or can just chat, buy books and get them signed. Beautiful gallery.
28th November, Edge of the World Bookshop, Penzance. 2-4pm to be confirmed.
Signed books can be ordered any time from Solva Woollen Mill. Dedications can be added once form is sent, via email. They ship anywhere and there is no extra charge for signing.