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LIVERPOOL BOOK SIGNING – 14th APRIL 2018

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Liverpool book signing? What? You haven’t mentioned this?

I can see all you Northern-types rushing out to your cars, ready to make your way to me. But before you leave the house, allowing the dog to mop up the remains of your bacon sandwich – relax.

It isn’t until next weekend.

Come along to my Liverpool book signing…

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Next week is quite nerve-wracking. I won’t be surrounded by dozens of other authors, because it’s just me. Yep, I’m going solo on this occasion at Write Blend in Waterloo, Liverpool.

And the best part?

I’d love to see you there.

The event starts at 2 pm on Saturday 14th April 2018 and finishes when I decide to unlock the door (only joking). I’ll be reading extracts from my book, The Fantastical Gregory Shortbread, talking a little bit about myself, taking questions and signing books.

Not got any of my books?

No problem, as I’ll also be signing copies of The Bumpkinton Tales: Volume One too.

Come for the books… and the coffee.

Write Blend is a fabulous bookshop that champions independent authors, like me, but it also has a cafe upstairs. So, you won’t go hungry… or thirsty. Browse some fabulous books then pop upstairs for a coffee and a slice of cake.

Ready to type the coordinates into your Satnav already?

Great, pop along next weekend to Writer Blend – here’s the address:

124 South Rd
Waterloo
Liverpool
L22 0LJ

You can also register your interest on the Write Blend Facebook page.

This is my first ever Liverpool book signing (making it nice and easy for me to get to) and I’d love to see you there.

Oh, and I’ll also have a selection of sweets and shortbread on the day for you to dunk in your tea and coffee (mostly the shortbread, plonking a Haribo gummie bear in your brew is just wrong).

Hope to see you there,

Until next time,

Matthew