North Ayrshire Libraries’ Readers’ Day – this Saturday

There will almost certainly* be views like this of Irvine beach out the window. (*beach view not guaranteed)

There will almost certainly* be views like this of Irvine beach out the window. (*beach view not guaranteed)

I’m delighted to be taking part in North Ayrshire Libraries’ Readers’ Day this Saturday 26th October in Dreghorn. Details are here. It’s an all-day thing where myself and fellow authors Douglas Jackson, Shari Low and Marianne Wheelaghan talk to reading groups about our own work and a classic book that each of us has chosen. I’ve gone for James M. Cain’s Double Indemnity. Can’t wait to bang on about it. It’s only a few quid to come, and they chuck in lunch as well, so why not, eh? It’s a little known fact that I was born in Irvine, so technically this is me returning to my roots. That’s just FYI, likes, not important or anything.

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