Wimbledon Bookfest -- Joy Kluver

 



Autumn always brings lots of literary festivals and my local one is Wimbledon Bookfest. They've opted to stay dry this year and have moved down the hill from the tents on the Common to Wimbledon Library and Wimbledon Girls' High School. The festival is quite eclectic and has a range of authors, such as, Clive Myrie, Alexander McCall Smith, Philippa Gregory, Sebastian Faulks and Katherine Rundell.

I'll be there on Saturday 21st October at 4pm, chatting to Janice Hallett, author of The Appeal, The Twyford Code and The Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels. If you've read any of Janice's books, then you'll know that she has a unique style of writing. I'm hoping to find out how she manages to write this way!

If you fancy coming along to Wimbledon then tickets can be bought at Wimbledon Bookfest

Hope to see you there!

Comments

Peter Leyland said…
i'd certainly go to see Katherine Rundell. I have her brilliant and recent biography of John Donne, my favourite poet, and would have lots of questions.

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