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An Evening with Erica James

Erica James, bestselling author of Summer at the Lake, The Hidden Cottage and The Real Katie Lavender, will be talking about her latest book, The Dandelion Years, at Lavenham Village Hall.

Lavenham Village Hall, Sudbury

Sat 14 Mar

£10 / 01787 248599

Fran Maclvey

Fran MacIlvey, author of Trapped: My Life With Cerebral Palsy, holds a book signing and question and answer session.

Blackwell's, Edinburgh

Thu 5 Mar

Free / 0131 622 8218

Free Book Launch - Network With Property Professionals In London

Launching a book that shows that anyone can invest in property and make money.

Minster Exchange, London EC3R

Tue 10 Mar


How The Koala Learned To Hug: People's Theatre Company (Over 3s)

  • Written by: Steven Lee

Children's story based on the book by Steven Lee, includes sing along songs, games and the opportunity to have your book signed by the author.

The Castle Cinema, Builth Wells

Wed 1 Apr

£8.50 (£7.50; £28) / 01982 552555

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In Margate By Lunchtime

Launch event for Maggie Harris's second collection of short stories.

The Beaney, Canterbury

Thu 16 Apr

Free / 01227 862162

Waterstones New Street, Birmingham

Fri 13 Mar

Free / 0843 290 8151

Quilt Museum And Gallery, York

Thu 14 May

£15 ( £12.50) / 01904 613242

London, The Weekends Start Here: Fifty-two Weekends Of Things To See And Do

Join Tom Jones (author of Tired of London, Tired of Life) and illustrator David Doran for an evening of tips to help you get the most out of a weekend in the capital, as well as interactive activities including a treasure hunt!

Stanfords, London WC2E

Thu 12 Mar

£3 / 020 7836 1321

M C Beaton: Village Crime: Author Event

An event spotlighting the number one borrowed adult author in British libraries, and the creator of Agatha Raisin.

The Theatre Chipping Norton

Sun 26 Apr

£11 earlybird / 01608 642 350

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The Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham-by-Sea

Wed 1 Apr

£8 / 01273 464440

Meet The Author: James Lovegrove: Author Event

The author talks about his life and his books, including Gods Of War, answers questions from the audience and signs copies of his books.

Under Ground Theatre, Below Eastbourne Central Library

Sat 25 Apr

£4 inc a glass of wine / 01323 737677

Murder At The Museum Book Group

A book group for anyone interested in detective fiction. This month's book is Peter Robinson, Gallow's View.

Whitehall, Cheam, Sutton

Wed 25 Mar

Free / 020 8643 1236

Wed 22 Apr

Free / 020 8643 1236

Waterstones, Deansgate, Manchester

Tue 3 Mar

£5 ( £3) / 0161 837 3000

Waterstones Liverpool One

Tue 3 Mar

Free / 0151 709 9820

Oliver Kamm

The author and The Times columnist discusses his latest book, Accidence Will Happen.

The Bodleian Library, Oxford

Tue 24 Mar

£12 / 01865 277178

  • 12:00 – 13:00 Oliver Kamm The Bodleian Library, Oxford

Guildhall, Bath

Wed 4 Mar

£8 / 01225 394 041

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Orchard Bookclub Author Signing and Ball

A book signing with 30 writers followed by an evening ball, to raise funds for British Dyslexia. Authors include Jodie Ellen Malpas, Samantha Fontien, Kitty French, Samantha Towle, Krissy V, AJ Walters and GG Carver.

The Great Northern Hotel, Peterborough

Sat 14 Mar

£6–£43.50 / 07761 726 343

Sous Les Paves… The Troubles

The launch of Chris Reynolds's book about Northern Ireland's experience of 1968, the year of revolt, and why it has been marginalised in other historical accounts of that year.

Ulster Museum, Belfast

Thu 5 Mar

Free / 0845 608 0000

Stories In The Stars: Author Event

Author Susanna Hislop presents astronomical stories associated with constellations from her book, illustrated using the constellation art of artist Hannah Waldron and followed by a book signing.

Royal Observatory Greenwich, London SE10

Thu 19 Mar

£7 ( £6) / 020 8858 4422

Vincent Deary: Book Signing

The author and psychotherapist signs copies of his book How We Are, which uses literary, philosophical and cultural sources to examine what it means to be human.

Waterstones Hampstead, London NW3

Mon 9 Mar

£5 ( £3) / 0843 290 8361

War Requiem & Aftermath: James Cahill And Maggi Hambling In Conversation

Spring 2015 will see the launch of Maggi Hambling: War Requiem & Aftermath, a major new book by James Cahill. This 'in conversation' event will see Maggi Hambling talk to James Cahill about the exhibition of the same name and book.

Somerset House, London WC2R

Wed 18 Mar

Inigo Rooms

Free / 020 7845 4600

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