I’ll be at the Durham Union on Friday 21st February debating the legacy of the #MeToo Movement.
On April 30th I am joinging fellow novelists and members of the Crime Writers Association Tony White (The Fountain in the Forest, Emma Curtis (author of When I Find You) and Amanda Robson (Envy) for crime fiction chat. Methodist church hall, Thames Street, Staines, TW18 4SD. 7.30pm
On International Womens Day March 7th I’ll be on a panel at Fora – Borough High Street discussing the future of feminism For more details
At Wandsworth Radio talking to Hazel Butterfield on Friday 25th January at 11 am Listen here live
I’ll be on the Chiswick Crime Writers Panel talking to Emma Curtis along with Tony Smith and Amanda Robson on February 11th at Chiswick Library, Dukes Avenue, Chiswick. 6.30pm. Tickets are available from the library (£1.50 to members, £3.00 to non members.) Chiswick Library (map)
I’ll be at WH Smith, Westfield Shepherds Bush signing copies of my book The Missing Activist from 2pm to 5pm on Saturday November 10th.
I’ll be at WH Smith, Chiswick High Road signing copies of my book The Missing Activist from 11am on Saturday November 17th.
I’ll be at WH Smith, East sheen signing copies of my book The Missing Activist from 11am to 2pm on Saturday November 24th.
I’ll be at WH Smith, Richmond signing copies of my book The Missing Activist from 11am to 2pm on Saturday December 1st.
Waterstones had a full house on September 12th celebrating local authors and their latest books including The Missing Activist as part of the Chiswick Book Festival. Watch the clip on You Tube
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