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Writers Round Table

1:00pm | Saturday 23 March 2013
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About this Event:

Four gifted story-tellers with acclaimed novels come together to discuss their own and each others’ work, as well as the joys and sorrows of writing fiction.

Matthew Reynolds is author of The World Was all Before Them, a story of love and courage, risk and betrayal. Tim Leach’s debut novel, The Last King of Lydia, imagines the rise and fall of Croesus, the richest man on earth, and shows how happiness can be elusive even for those who have everything. Thomas Mogford is author of a series of thrillers set in the Mediterranean. His hero, Sanguinetti, makes his debut in Shadow of the Rock, and is about to return in The Sign of the Cross. Kerry Young’s first novel Pao, a tale of race, class, colour, love and ambition, was shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award. Her second, Gloria, is published in 2013.

Discusion will be chaired by novelist Rachel Hore, author of The Dream House, The Memory Garden and The Glass Painter’s Daughter, shortlisted for Romantic Novel of the Year 2010.

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