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Love - and literature - will be in the air at St Swithun's Institute
2:51pm Tuesday 10th June 2014 in News
THREE award-winning authors will be putting pen to paper when they sign books and answer questions at St Swithun's Institute, The Trinity, on Saturday, June 21.
Christina Courtenay, two time historical romance of the year winner will join Sue Moorcroft and Liz Harris for the Worcestershire Literary Festival event.
Much Ado About Sweet Nothing author Alison May, from St John's, Worcester, will be hosting the panel who will hold a question and answer session before tea and homemade cake is served and guests will have time to chat with the writers and get books signed.
She said: "This is a fantastic chance for readers to meet with some of their favourite authors and for budding writers to hear first hand from top-notch novelists."
The panel will take place from 2pm.
Tickets for the Romantic Novelists’ Panel cost £7.50 and can be purchased from www.worcslitfest.co.uk or on 01905 611427.
Booking is recommended as spaces are limited.
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