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Kathleen Glasgow in conversation

Thursday 16th November 2023
18:30 at Waterstones, Glasgow - Sauchiehall Street

Kathleen Glasgow in conversation

We’re incredibly excited to be joined by Kathleen Glasgow, bestselling author of TikTok sensation Girl in Pieces, on her first UK tour! Kathleen will be discussing mental health issues and coming-of-age themes in their novels.

Ticket options (booking fees incl.)

£5 General admission

£3 Waterstones Plus cardholder

£11 includes entry and a copy of Girl in Pieces (RRP £8.99), and an exclusive tote bag

£11 includes entry and a copy of You’d Be Home Now (RRP £8.99), and an exclusive tote bag

£11 includes entry and a copy of How to Make Friends with the Dark (RRP £8.99), and an exclusive tote bag

£30 includes entry and all three books, and an eclusive tote bag

Kathleen Glasgow is the author of the internationally bestselling novels Girl in PiecesHow to Make Friends with the Dark, and You’d Be Home Now. She is also the co-author of New York Times bestselling teen mysteries The Agathas and The Night in Question. Kathleen lives and writes in Tuscon, Arizona. You can find her on TikTok @kathleenglasggow, Twitter @kathglasgow, Instagram @misskathleenglasgow or on her website kathleenglasgowbooks.com.

Please note: Books and the tote bag included in with tickets will be available for collection on the night. 

Glasgow - Sauchiehall Street Waterstones, Glasgow - Sauchiehall Street
Thursday 16th November 2023
18:30

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