North Tyneside is launching their ‘Summer Reads’ campaign this week and guess what? DRY SEASON is one of the two books they’ve chosen.
So I’ll be at North Shields Library on Thursday 21st at 7pm to talk about DRY SEASON and read a few passages from it – to encourage people to pick it up and give it a go. I’m pretty sure people won’t be disappointed if they invest a little time in reading my book and it’s great to have another opportunity to spread the word.
The idea is that over the summer, people will read DRY SEASON or THE GUARDIAN ANGEL’S JOURNAL by Carolyn Jess-Cooke (or, even better, read both) and then in September there’ll be an opportunity to talk to us about the books at greater length. Of course, if anyone wants to contact me before then, they’re more than welcome – I always like to hear from readers and there are plenty of ways to contact me via this blog, twitter, facebook etc.
Anyway, if you’re around, why not come along? There’s a £3 admission charge, but it includes a glass of wine, and there will be discounted books on sale.