Looe Library kick-starts new Creative Writers Group with a talk from BBC reporter and crime novelist
Last updated: 25/05/2011
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Cornwall Library Service is delighted that
Simon Hall, the BBC’s Crime Correspondent for the South West of
England and author of The TV Detective novels, has
very kindly agreed to give his time and expertise to help
kick-start a new Creative Writers Group at Looe Library.
On Thursday 26 May at 7pm Simon, whose books
have been warmly praised as a fresh, distinctive and highly
entertaining approach to crime writing, will be at Looe Library
talking about his experiences as a crime writer and explaining to
budding authors the benefits of meeting regularly to discuss their
work, pool ideas and inspire each other.
A selection of Simon’s books will be available
on the evening to discuss and purchase, including one his most
recent novels, The Judgement Book, which was named by
Eurocrime as one of the top reads
of last year.
The Creative Writers Group is open to anyone
who wishes to take part and will become a regular occurrence at the
library once established.
Further information is available by contacting
Cornwall Library Service on 0300 1234 111 and asking for Looe
Story posted 17 May