If you’re thinking that in view of the weather and general gloom you might never leave the house again unless you really have to, take heart, because soon it will be National Libraries Day and there’s probably something interesting going on right on your doorstep.
For instance (yes, you knew that was coming!) on NLD itself, which is Saturday February 8th, I’ll be in Winterbourne Library with Pauline Masurel with a session called Storytelling for Grown-Ups. It starts at 10.30 and I guess will last as long as we have an audience. (Yes, it could be you!) Pauline is a longstanding member of the Bristol writing community who just happens to live in good old South Glos and I’m looking forward to sharing her session. She’ll also be performing her work at this month’s Story Friday in Bath for anyone who prefers their storytelling with a night-time vibe.
Meanwhile things are hotting up with the Bristol 400 celebrations at Bristol Central Library and I’m determined to see the amazing Book Hive before too long. I hope it will still be in situ at the end of February when Bristol Women Writers are running another Unchained event on Feb 27th at 5.30 pm. Here’s the advance publicity for our event. Do contact me for booking details.
And just to tempt you here’s the Book Hive in action
2 thoughts on “I’ll be busy in February – National Libraries Day and more!”
Sounds great! The book hive looks amazing. I’ve been meaning to pop in and have a look at it.
Hi Freya – I’m at an event in town on Sat 25th so hope to pop in to the library then. Well done on the story prize, hope we bump into each other before too long 🙂