Local Authors Showcase
Thursday 4th October 18:00 - 19:30 at Cambridge
Waterstones Cambridge is pleased to announce a new event that highlights local talent: the Local Authors Showcase. Join us for readings and discussions by local authors whose books will be available purchase and signing at the end of the night.
Meet the Authors:
Described by the Cambridge Independent as ‘an engrossing read, full of bends and forks’ Anthony Le Moignan romance novel A The Long Goodbye deals with the drama of Alzheimer's.
Hackney born, Cambridge bred Emily Scialom writes a thought provoking novel about a man whose near-death experience is the catalyst for writing a new religion, entitled Religion of Self-Enlightenment.
Former police officer Chris Bailey-Green draws on his philosophy degree in his humorous and heartwarming novel, Apnoea, that questions the meaning of life.
Musician, arts journalist, radio presenter and writer, Mandy Morton is the creator of the fictional cat detective 'Hettie Bagshot'. She has spoken at the Felixstowe Festival in 2016 and will be reading from her latest in The No 2 Feline Detective Agency series, Magical Mystery Paws.
Former newspaper journalist David Law writes a captivating, fast-paced historical fiction focused on the events of 1938 Munich Conference in Munich: The Man Who Said No!
Poet, artist, musician Tracey Cracknell, who can be found performing throughout Cambridge and the surrounding areas, will be reading from her first book of poetry, A Little Book Of Poetry with Pictures for Good Measure.
Drama teacher, actor, writer, and Cambridge local Mark Tunstall will be reading from his humourous collection of stories, Cautionary Tales for Kidults.
Meet in store on the third floor mezzanine.
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Terms & Conditions
Please note that events can occasionally be cancelled at short notice or their times or dates may alter; we therefore recommend that you check with the shop before travelling.
If you are unable to attend an event we can often reserve signed copies. Please contact the host shop for details. Reserved copies cannot be guaranteed and may not always carry dedications.
All signings (unless otherwise stated) operate on a first come first served basis, so early arrival is often recommended.