Discover ‘must-read’ new fiction by brilliant northern writers – meet the author events

Discover ‘must-read’ new fiction by brilliant northern writers.

Meet the author events in Knowsley libraries.

 

Catherine Isaac

Tuesday 23rd April

Halewood library, 2pm

 

Local author Catherine Isaac began her career as a graduate trainee on the Liverpool Echo and was later appointed Editor of the Liverpool Daily Post. She wrote her first book, Bridesmaids, while on maternity leave and under the pseudonym Jane Costello. She’s since written nine books, all Sunday Times bestsellers. You, Me, Everything is her latest novel and her first writing as Catherine Isaac, it’s been translated into 21 languages and a movie is in development by Lionsgate.

 

Robert Scragg

Monday 29th April

Prescot Library. 2pm

 

Robert Scragg had a random mix of jobs before taking the dive into crime writing. He’s been a bookseller, pizza deliverer, Karate instructor and football coach. His debut novel, What Falls Beneath the Cracks, is the first in his Porter and Style detective series.

 

Amada Brooke

Tuesday 30th April

Stockbridge Village Library, 11am

 

Bestselling local author Amanda Brook began developing her writing when her young son was diagnosed with cancer. When Nathan died in 2006 at just three years old, Amanda was determined that his legacy would be one of inspiration not devastation. Her debut novel Yesterday’s Sun was inspired by her experiences of motherhood and her understanding of how much a mother would be willing to sacrifice for the life of her child. Amanda has since published eight novels and will talk about her latest title Don’t turn around at Stockbridge Library

 

Tony Williams

Friday 3rd May

Huyton Library, 2pm

 

Tony Williams will be talking about his debut novel Nutcase. The story is based on an Icelandic saga, but updated to be set in Sheffield in the 1990s and 2000s. Tony lived in Sheffield for more than a decade before moving to rural Northumberland. He works in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Tony’s All the Bananas I’ve Never Eaten won the Saboteur Award for best short story collection. His poetry includes The Corner of Arundel Lane, Charles Street and The Midlands.

 

Events are FREE but places are limited so book yours now by contacting your local libra

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