Out and About with Persephone
Persephone is officially launched in the UK on Thursday May 18, along with the paperback of Inferno. I’ll be signing copies of these books, along with my historical standalones, The Silk Tree and The Powder of Death at a number of venues around the UK. Do come along and say hello! And I’m always happy to add special inscriptions to the books
Meet the Author Morning, Kingsbridge Library, 11:30-1:00
Devon TQ7 1EB
Books will be available to purchase
Waterstones Drake Circus Plymouth 11:00 am
1 Charles St, Plymouth PL1 1EA
01752 669 898
Torbay Bookshop 11:00 am
7 Torquay Rd, Paignton TQ3 3DU
Ilminster Literary Festival 18:30 to 19:30
Nyanza Lodge, Berryman’s Lane
Ilminster TA19 0DY
Tickets: £7 – A Bar is available for those attending the talk
So pleased with Persephone as was sad to see Ms Lockwood depart the scene earlier in the tale.
That she has become an amazingly self sufficient woman, an accomplished artist and such a marvellously suitable companion for Sir Thomas is a joy.
I also enjoyed the story about the Royal Yacht and the Prince.
You probably know that Clarence’s son became Captain of Victoria’s Royal Yacht. My great grandfather was a Trinity Pilot in Fowey and Polruan and we have a certificate given to him after the Queen visited Fowey.
Have tried to post a photograph of the certificate here but unsuccessfully
looking forward to Persephone, can’t make Devon this Summer sadly
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