Bollington Books

So, there is so, so much I probably should be sharing at the moment but time is at a premium and it would be an absolute whopper of a post. I honestly don’t think I’ve been busier than this in a long while (and that’s considering I’m usually pretty busy). Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been at Stockport, Macclesfield, Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly, Crewe, Sheffield, and Rotherham train stations to get to things I’ve been doing, and that’s forgetting editing and teaching and prep for Beautiful Trees and events and suchlike.

So, here are a few photos from the event I ran at Bollington Library a little while ago – the result of an eight week course I ran for junior writers. Over those eight weeks we came up with brilliant story ideas and turned them into really brilliant stories and then, after, we put them into actual books and I couldn’t be happier or prouder with what everyone produced. Here’s the authors who could make it receiving their books. Well done, to everyone involved. It was fun.

 

There were readings…

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And more readings…

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And proud smiles with brilliant books…

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And even a little shared joke.

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And presentations too…

 

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Thank you, Cate, for the pictures.

 

More soon. Promise.

(PS There are still places left for my half term juniors’ workshop at Ecclesall Library – details here.)

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