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  • Showing all events in April 2016 - Time to Read
    your enjoyment More about Time to Read Who are we Say hello to the 22 local authorities who provide great library services in your area More about Who we are Contact us If you have any questions or comments about our site please do get in touch we d love to hear from you Get in touch now WW1 Booklists This Collection will include a mix of titles and formats to inspire your reading choices Read more Browse our books Science Fiction Biography Non Fiction Crime Romantic Short stories Poetry more View the authors A Z See our latest additions We Recommend Spare Brides By Adele Parks Meet our writers The North West contains a wonderful pot of writing talent who love to engage with groups young and old to spread their love of writing See our directory Are you a writer If you re interested in being included in our directory of writers simply complete our profile form Add your profile Out and about From book readings through discussion groups to performance a good book gets the world talking See upcoming events throughout the region Our next events Knowsley Library Story Circle Tue 23 Feb 2016 Tue 22 Mar 2016 at 2pm 3 30pm at The Novella Award 2016 Fri 29 Apr 2016 5pm Competition deadline at Library News Events Opinion Funding Opportunities Training Prize Winners See all our latest posts Latest Posts The Novella Award 2016 Posted Wednesday 10 February 2016 by Clancy Mason in Competitions Prizes Author visits what they mean to me and others Posted Wednesday 10 February 2016 by Ian Anstice in Opinion Toolkits Browse our archive of activities and practical promotion techniques for attracting new readers into libraries Explore our toolkits Resources for members In this area you will find a range of resources

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/whatson/calendar/?d=1+Apr+2016&d2=30+Apr+2016 (2016-02-15)
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  • The Knowsley Writing Competition 2016 - Time to Read
    Kirkby Library 3 30pm to 5pm Dates Wed 18 Nov 2015 9am to Fri 19 Feb 2016 5pm Closing Date Download this event to your PC or phone s calendar Find the event on Facebook Tickets Tickets Book online here Phone 0151 4432679 More information Phone 0151 4432679 Email writing knowsley gov Website Click here Suitable for 12 to 17 years and 18 years Category Other Workshop Some other events The Knowsley Writing Competition 2016 Wed 18 Nov 2015 9am to Fri 19 Feb 2016 5pm Closing Date live thelibrary Fri 1 Jan 2016 to Fri 29 Apr 2016 Oldham Library The Novella Award 2016 Fri 29 Apr 2016 5pm Competition deadline Knowsley Library Story Circle Tue 15 Dec 2015 2pm 3 30pm and 3 more What is Time to Read Since 2002 Time to Read have been showcasing writers and books strongly linked to the North West for your enjoyment More about Time to Read Who are we Say hello to the 22 local authorities who provide great library services in your area More about Who we are Contact us If you have any questions or comments about our site please do get in touch we d love to hear from you Get in touch now One Hundred Novellas Time To Read is supporting the 2015 Novella Award Read more Browse our books Science Fiction Biography Non Fiction Crime Romantic Short stories Poetry more View the authors A Z See our latest additions We Recommend She s Leaving Home By Joan Bakewell Meet our writers The North West contains a wonderful pot of writing talent who love to engage with groups young and old to spread their love of writing See our directory Are you a writer If you re interested in being included in our directory of writers

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/whatson/event.aspx?ID=2315 (2016-02-15)
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  • live@thelibrary - Time to Read
    Closing Date live thelibrary Fri 1 Jan 2016 to Fri 29 Apr 2016 Oldham Library What is Time to Read Since 2002 Time to Read have been showcasing writers and books strongly linked to the North West for your enjoyment More about Time to Read Who are we Say hello to the 22 local authorities who provide great library services in your area More about Who we are Contact us If you have any questions or comments about our site please do get in touch we d love to hear from you Get in touch now One Hundred Novellas Time To Read is supporting the 2015 Novella Award Read more Browse our books Science Fiction Biography Non Fiction Crime Romantic Short stories Poetry more View the authors A Z See our latest additions We Recommend The Lemon Grove By Helen Walsh Meet our writers The North West contains a wonderful pot of writing talent who love to engage with groups young and old to spread their love of writing See our directory Are you a writer If you re interested in being included in our directory of writers simply complete our profile form Add your profile Out and about From book readings through discussion groups to performance a good book gets the world talking See upcoming events throughout the region Our next events Knowsley Library Story Circle Tue 23 Feb 2016 Tue 22 Mar 2016 at 2pm 3 30pm at The Novella Award 2016 Fri 29 Apr 2016 5pm Competition deadline at Library News Events Opinion Funding Opportunities Training Prize Winners See all our latest posts Latest Posts The Novella Award 2016 Posted Wednesday 10 February 2016 by Clancy Mason in Competitions Prizes Author visits what they mean to me and others Posted Wednesday 10 February 2016 by Ian Anstice

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/whatson/event.aspx?ID=2329 (2016-02-15)
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  • The Novella Award 2016 - Time to Read
    up to date with all of our activity or contact thenovellaaward gmail com for more information news Blogs Browse by category Competitions Prizes Events Funding Opportunities Latest Libraries News Opinion Training Browse by author Carol Maplesden Clancy Mason Emma Ferguson Helen Towers Ian Anstice Jane Mathieson Joanne Eaves Josh Bollard Joyce Crossman Lucy Ellam Mark Roberts Melanie Graaf Oliver Wright Punam Ramchurn Sarah Hall Salford Libraries Suzanne Hudson Victoria Heyes Recent posts The Novella Award 2016 Author visits what they mean to me and others Happy National Libraries Day Interview Ann Cleeves Interview Vanessa Cuthbert What is Time to Read Since 2002 Time to Read have been showcasing writers and books strongly linked to the North West for your enjoyment More about Time to Read Who are we Say hello to the 22 local authorities who provide great library services in your area More about Who we are Contact us If you have any questions or comments about our site please do get in touch we d love to hear from you Get in touch now Here Now Public Libraries in NW England support writers from the region by buying their books and inviting them in to events to meet readers Read more Browse our books Science Fiction Biography Non Fiction Crime Romantic Short stories Poetry more View the authors A Z See our latest additions We Recommend 10 Reasons Not To Fall in Love By Linda Green Meet our writers The North West contains a wonderful pot of writing talent who love to engage with groups young and old to spread their love of writing See our directory Are you a writer If you re interested in being included in our directory of writers simply complete our profile form Add your profile Out and about From book readings through

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/news-blogs/post.aspx?ID=2348&page=1&pz=10&tag=0&m=0&y=0&a=0 (2016-02-15)
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  • Author visits – what they mean to me, and others - Time to Read
    Sometimes meeting your idols can be disappointing of course I remember having lunch with a very well known author whose work is erudite intellectual and downright poetic and he could barely stop using the f word the whole time He may have been having an off day but it reminded me afterwards that sometimes the genius of writing can come out of individuals who are otherwise as blemished as you or me It almost made his work all the more miraculous in my eyes But my I almost forgot You can also ask questions of the author afterwards This chance to have a two way exchange of ideas with a writer can be quite something You know for certain that for a brief moment they know you exist and that fleetingly you are connected Now if that sounds like being a stalker Well yes There s much about being a fan of a certain writer that is similar to that the interest in where they get their ideas from why they write in a certain way to need to read more And of course you can see if your pet theory on their books is correct by checking with them and when your favourite author smiles at your question well that s worth a lot And unlike stalking you re unlikely to be arrested by the police for it I guess what I am saying here is that the author visit is a very different thing to anything online electric or even on paper It s an interactive experience where you can actually see the whole of the person and connect with them in a real sense impossible by the otherwise immersive but passive nature of reading And as such this is something that a bookshop or a library can provide that an electronic forum no matter how pervasive and no matter how cheap or fast their delivery times simply cannot give So long may the author visit provide and the bookshops and libraries that house them Ian Anstice has been a librarian since 1994 and is currently a Locality Librarian for Cheshire West and Chester Council In his spare time he runs the Public Libraries News website and was recently made an Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals for services to the library profession news Blogs Browse by category Competitions Prizes Events Funding Opportunities Latest Libraries News Opinion Training Browse by author Carol Maplesden Clancy Mason Emma Ferguson Helen Towers Ian Anstice Jane Mathieson Joanne Eaves Josh Bollard Joyce Crossman Lucy Ellam Mark Roberts Melanie Graaf Oliver Wright Punam Ramchurn Sarah Hall Salford Libraries Suzanne Hudson Victoria Heyes Recent posts The Novella Award 2016 Author visits what they mean to me and others Happy National Libraries Day Interview Ann Cleeves Interview Vanessa Cuthbert What is Time to Read Since 2002 Time to Read have been showcasing writers and books strongly linked to the North West for your enjoyment More about Time to Read Who

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/news-blogs/post.aspx?ID=2346&page=1&pz=10&tag=0&m=0&y=0&a=0 (2016-02-15)
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  • Happy National Libraries Day! - Time to Read
    Interview Ann Cleeves Interview Vanessa Cuthbert What is Time to Read Since 2002 Time to Read have been showcasing writers and books strongly linked to the North West for your enjoyment More about Time to Read Who are we Say hello to the 22 local authorities who provide great library services in your area More about Who we are Contact us If you have any questions or comments about our site please do get in touch we d love to hear from you Get in touch now Here Now Public Libraries in NW England support writers from the region by buying their books and inviting them in to events to meet readers Read more Browse our books Science Fiction Biography Non Fiction Crime Romantic Short stories Poetry more View the authors A Z See our latest additions We Recommend Into the Trees By Robert Williams Meet our writers The North West contains a wonderful pot of writing talent who love to engage with groups young and old to spread their love of writing See our directory Are you a writer If you re interested in being included in our directory of writers simply complete our profile form Add your profile Out and about From book readings through discussion groups to performance a good book gets the world talking See upcoming events throughout the region Our next events Knowsley Library Story Circle Tue 23 Feb 2016 Tue 22 Mar 2016 at 2pm 3 30pm at The Novella Award 2016 Fri 29 Apr 2016 5pm Competition deadline at Library News Events Opinion Funding Opportunities Training Prize Winners See all our latest posts Latest Posts The Novella Award 2016 Posted Wednesday 10 February 2016 by Clancy Mason in Competitions Prizes Author visits what they mean to me and others Posted Wednesday 10 February

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/news-blogs/post.aspx?ID=2345&page=1&pz=10&tag=0&m=0&y=0&a=0 (2016-02-15)
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  • Interview: Ann Cleeves - Time to Read
    get on very well with the scriptwriters on both shows My only role is informal but I love it I help the writers to get a sense of the places where the shows are set We do a writers reccie and drive around looking for possible locations for stories This is specially important in Shetland I ve been visiting the islands for 40 years so I have lots of useful contacts I went with the writers to the Waste to Power plant which featured so dramatically at the end of episode one TTR Do you have a particular book you have read in the last 12 months that you would particularly recommend AC I was one of the judges for the Theakston s prize in 2015 and we chose a debut crime novel Sarah Hilary s Someone Else s Skin as the winner It s a disturbing book but without the graphic depiction of violence that I dislike Can you share your plans for 2016 AC 2016 is already pretty manic In February I ll have a week in London in the run up to National Libraries Day and to attend a preview screening of The Moth Catcher the adaptation of my novel that ll be episode three of the new series of VERA Then there s a lightning tour of the North West visiting prisons libraries and bookshops a few days in Islay for a book event there and then it s Left Coast Crime in Phoenix Arizona The beginning of March takes us to the Emirates Book Festival in Dubai and I can t see much beyond that I do know a new Shetland novel called Earth To Earth comes out in October and that I ll be writing a new Vera one this year too You can catch Ann Cleeves during her North West tour of Libraries and bookshops TUESDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 3 00pm Event at Woolston Neighbourhood Hub Hall Road Woolston Warrington WA1 4PN 01925 813939 Contact Chris Everett Tel 07730075967 Books sold by Waterstones Warrington 7 30pm Event at Linghams 248 Telegraph Rd Heswall Wirral Merseyside CH60 7SG Contact Sue Porter 0151 342 7290 books linghams co uk WEDNESDAY 10TH FEBRUARY 1 00pm Smithybridge Library 121 123 Smithy Bridge Rd Littleborough OL15 0BQ Contact Joanne Eaves Joanne Eaves rochdale gov uk 01706 924941 Books via Hilary at Bright Books hilary clarke brightbooks co uk 7 30pm Simply Books 228 Moss Lane Bramhall SK7 1BD Contact Andrew Kant 0161 439 1436 enquiries simplybooks info THURSDAY 11TH FEBRUARY 7 00pm Event at Chorley Library Union Street Chorley Lancashire PR7 1EB Contact Diane Gunning 01257 262773 diane ebbandflowbookshop co uk news Blogs Browse by category Competitions Prizes Events Funding Opportunities Latest Libraries News Opinion Training Browse by author Carol Maplesden Clancy Mason Emma Ferguson Helen Towers Ian Anstice Jane Mathieson Joanne Eaves Josh Bollard Joyce Crossman Lucy Ellam Mark Roberts Melanie Graaf Oliver Wright Punam Ramchurn Sarah Hall Salford Libraries Suzanne Hudson Victoria Heyes Recent posts The Novella

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/news-blogs/post.aspx?ID=2340&page=1&pz=10&tag=0&m=0&y=0&a=0 (2016-02-15)
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  • Blog - Time to Read
    children s fiction and YA young adult fiction For those people who might be hearing this who think that children s and YA fiction is not their thing please do come and explore there s a beautiful jungle out there The Lie Tree the author s seventh novel tells the story of Faith Sunderly whose family have left England for a remote island to escape a scandal When Faith s father is found dead under mysterious circumstances she sets out to uncover the truth and discovers a strange tree that feeds off whispered lies Congratulations to Frances Hardinge we can t wait to hear what our readers think about your book Ann Cleeves North West Tour Posted Wednesday 27 January 2016 by Clancy Mason in Events Join acclaimed author Ann Cleeves at various venues across the North West As well as the bookshops and libraries listed below Ann will also be visiting HMP Wymott HMP Buckley Hall and HMP Preston TUESDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 3 00pm Event at Woolston Neighbourhood Hub Hall Road Woolston Warrington WA1 4PN 01925 813939 Contact Chris Everett Tel 07730075967 Books sold by Waterstones Warrington 7 30pm Event at Linghams 248 Telegraph Rd Heswall Wirral Merseyside CH60 7SG Contact Sue Porter 0151 342 7290 books linghams co uk WEDNESDAY 10TH FEBRUARY 1 00pm Smithybridge Library 121 123 Smithy Bridge Rd Littleborough OL15 0BQ Contact Joanne Eaves Joanne Eaves rochdale gov uk 01706 924941 Books via Hilary at Bright Books hilary clarke brightbooks co uk 7 30pm Simply Books 228 Moss Lane Bramhall SK7 1BD Contact Andrew Kant 0161 439 1436 enquiries simplybooks info THURSDAY 11TH FEBRUARY 7 00pm Event at Chorley Library Union Street Chorley Lancashire PR7 1EB Contact Diane Gunning 01257 262773 diane ebbandflowbookshop co uk Artist Opportunity Time To Read Brief Posted Friday 18 December 2015 by Clancy Mason in Latest Libraries News Brief for artwork to be used for online presence social media and printable for fabric bags An opportunity for artists designers or illustrators Background Time To Read is a partnership of people working in 22 library authorities in NW England Our particular focus is reader development i e encouraging people to read more and to read more widely and of course borrowing their reading from public libraries In brief the general role of public libraries is Developing reading and supporting literacy for both children and adults Providing information and staff to help people access it Supporting learning and creating informal pathways into learning Providing safe accessible and welcoming community and study spaces Offering activities which add value such as storytimes help with homework job clubs family local history cultural events such as book clubs talks The Commission We would like an artist designer or illustrator to design a series of three artworks that can be used to print onto cloth bags to be sold in libraries across the NW and an adapted version of the same artwork that can be used as a header for the Time to Read website Twitter and

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/news-blogs/default.aspx?page=2 (2016-02-15)
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