Authors at your library this summer

It’s almost like a mini book festival over the next few weeks with some great writers visiting our libraries. Forget the European Championships, how’s this for a line-up?

James Robertson

The author of book group favourite ‘The Testament of Gideon Mack‘, ‘And the Land Lay Still‘ and ‘The Fanatic‘ is at Oxgangs Library on Wednesday 20th June at 10.30am. Email oxgangs.library@edinburgh.gov.uk or call 0131 529 5549 to book a place.

Jonathan Falla and Leila Aboulela

Join Jonathan Falla (Blue Poppies, Glenfarron, Poor Mercy) and Leila Aboulela (Lyrics Alley, Minaret, The Translator) in conversation with the BBC Book Cafe’s Serena Field. Both writers will talk about refugees, their journeys and how they experience different cultures. Part of Scottish Refugee Week.
Edinburgh Central Library, Thursday 21st June at 6.30pm. Book online

Sara Sheridan

Sara will be talking about her new book ‘Brighton Belle‘. Set in the 1950s, this is the the first Mirabelle Bevan Mystery. With book sales, signings and refreshments.
Edinburgh Central Library, Saturday 30th June at 11am. Book online

Janice Galloway

Join the award winning Scottish writer in conversation with Scotsman Literary Editor and writer, David Robinson. Janice will be talking about her second autobiography ‘All Made Up‘ and her writing life. Book sales, book signings and refreshments.
Edinburgh Central Library, Thursday 5th July at 6.30pm. Book online.


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