4 Apr 10:00
5 Apr 19:30
7 Apr 10:00
‘The War Poets and the Diary of an Ordinary Tommy: Convergence, Class and Transmission’ will launch in April at the Waterstones, Northhallerton.
Margaret takes a deep look at a RAMC soldier’s account of the war. The soldier was her grandfather but she never knew him.
She goes on the same journey that he made in 1916. From front lines to the army camps, she visits them all and speaks to people about what they can tell her about that period. The research and the personal notes of her grandfather helped her to paint a picture of true war.
Margaret Parry has devoted her professional career to literature. She has worked as a teacher and a writer. She is currently working on different projects in the literary world, like poetry and memoirs.
8 Apr 10:00
David, is a preschool teacher from South Gloucestershire and an avid science fiction and fantasy fan. He dabbled in small writing projects for years but was encouraged to take on something bigger by several good friends.
He has written a tremendous book that has the power to drill down and kick-start your imagination power. The story portrays two worlds: one where we live in, and the world that we feel with our mind and thoughts. The world that is populated by figments of our imagination and involves bizarre animals, imaginary friends, heroes, loathsome monsters and much more.
So grab the tickets of the event before they run out at: http://worcester.em-con.co.uk/
13 Apr 18:30
‘An Austro-German as an Englishman. A Life, Times, and Commentaries’, is hitting the shelves in April at the Waterstones Covent Garden. You will be able to walk a mile in the boots of Imre Von Maltzahn, as he tells about the storied life that he has lived so far.
The book details three different stages of his life. He is of Austro-German heritage and moves to England in the early 20th Century.
The psyche of this move and assimilating into the English environment was complicated.
Be sure to get a copy of this compelling book.
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