Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Amazing offer for Book Week Scotland

My publisher Dahlia Publishing Ltd has come up with an irresistible offer just for Book Week Scotland. 'Bombay Baby' is half price only 6.49 GBP !

Do grab a copy and please do send comments to Amazon or me. The events around Scotland for this Book Week is amazing.

Just look at this range of events and freebies!!Book Week Scotland is Scotland's first national celebration of books and reading, taking place from 26 November to 2 December 2012. The week-long programme of events is bursting with fantastic opportunities for people from all ages, interests and reading abilities, to embark or continue on a reading journey.
Book Week Scotland will encourage the whole nation to embrace reading’s unique capacity for empowerment, enrichment, education, solace, pleasure and growth. It will also provide a platform for everyone in Scotland to celebrate our exceptional literary talent, our history of literary excellence, and our rich creativity. Book Week Scotland also supports writers and publishers in Scotland. Click here for a catalogue showcasing Scotland's books, publishers and writing.
Scottish Book Trust has worked with partners across the country to create a diverse programme of events with some of Scoland’s best loved authors including Iain Banks in Loch Leven, Val McDermid in Orkney, Debi Gliori in Carnoustie, Janice Galloway in Benbecula, Christopher Brookmyre in Greenock, Vivian French in Glenrothes and many more.

 Other highlights will include:
 The programme will also represent Scotland’s diverse communities. Some of the events developed with partners include:
  • Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) Scotland will open its Transcription Centre in Partick, inviting people to learn how to produce a book for someone with sight loss, or create a piece of work in Braille.
  • Shetland Arts is coordinating read-aloud sessions by local primary school pupils in care homes.
  • Scottish Refugee Council and Words per Minute are hosting a Live Literature event celebrating refugee writing.

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