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  • A Long Time Dead - Time to Read
    address What did you think Your rating Your rating for this item 0 Remove your rating Spare Brides By Adele Parks Cider With Roadies By Stuart Maconie The Sound of Laughter By Peter Kay 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 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

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  • The Universe versus Alex Woods - Time to Read
    Your rating Your rating for this item 0 Remove your rating Manchester England By Dave Haslam Eleven Eleven By Paul Dowswell Salford Pals By michael Stedman 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 Birdsong By Sebastian Faulks 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

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/read/universeversus?c=0 (2016-02-15)
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  • The Moon Field - Time to Read
    your rating Birdsong By Sebastian Faulks Bowing Out By Peter Cropper A TIme To Remember Rivenshaw Saga Bk1 By Anna Jacobs 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 This Reading Business A promotion of books reading and library services which support the world of work 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/read/moonfield?c=0 (2016-02-15)
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  • She's Leaving Home - Time to Read
    this book Your name Email address What did you think Your rating Your rating for this item 0 Remove your rating While There Is Light By Tariq Mehmood The Moth By Catherine Burns Editor Neil Gaiman Introduction A Man Walks into the Kitchen By Robert Graham 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/read/shesleavinghome? (2016-02-15)
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  • Ann Cleeves North West Tour - Time to Read
    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 This Reading Business A promotion of books reading and library services which support the world of work 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 Wake By Anna Hope 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

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/news-blogs/post.aspx?ID=2333&page=1&pz=10&tag=0&m=0&y=0&a=0 (2016-02-15)
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  • Record crowds for Rochdale's third annual Literature and Ideas Festival - Time to Read
    from well known Historian David Starkey CBE who told the sell out crowd about the Magna Carta and its relevance to the modern day 800 years after the document which changed the course of British history was first created Star of Trigger Happy TV Dom Joly and story teller comedian author poet and broadcaster Gervase Phinn also proved big draws during the festival A packed children s programme saw scores of youngsters transform themselves into pirates and complete a treasure hunt at various town centre venues including the Wheatsheaf and Exchange shopping centres The young people also got in on the drama with a sell out crowd enjoying Kristina Stephenson s Sir Charlie Stinky Socks at Touchstones Rochdale while children s entertainer John Piper returned with his timeless puppet show Over in Middleton Poet Lemn Sissay performed an energetic set at Hopwood Hall College while Middleton Library hosted a well attended event by author Frances Brody who talked about her Kate Shackleton Mysteries Author Sathnam Sanghera and Coronation Street writer Jonathan Harvey also made appearances alongside playwright novelist and critic Bonnie Greer OBE Great feedback from both visitors and writers And the positive feedback didn t just come from visitors with Ms Greer describing her appearance at the festival as a very moving day and Rochdale itself as a very powerful place The Fringe Festival Outsiders in Literature organised by All Across the Arts was also part of the Festival It saw 20 local authors poets and artists enjoy three hours of creativity and fun in Rochdale s Bar Vibe The festival is organised by Rochdale Borough Council and is funded mainly through the Maskew Bequest Funding is also received from ticket sales and sponsorship Sponsors this year were Bright Books Hopwood Hall College JGM Design Agency and First Bus See more at http rochdale gov uk news Pages Rochdale literature and Ideas Festival celebrates record numbers aspx sthash ZN65HAxw dpuf 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 One Hundred Novellas Time To Read is supporting the 2015 Novella Award Read more Browse our books Science Fiction

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/news-blogs/post.aspx?ID=2319&page=1&pz=10&tag=0&m=0&y=0&a=0 (2016-02-15)
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  • Blog posts in Events - Time to Read
    didn t have to shout too loudly I had been invited to make some opening remarks to a networking social for the northern Society of Authors They d all been having an interesting day which started with a boat trip on the river Before they heard me they had held a discussion which I was told touched on some pertinent issues such as should they be paid for library events and what knowledge did they have of festivals in the region I gave them a very quick overview of the sorts of ways we like to work with writers inviting them in to libraries singly in pairs or in groups to talk about their own work to contribute to festivals and special events we might be holding to visit our reading groups to work with us to co create special one off activities I was able to name check some of our high spots of local and social media activity I also gave them a few action points to help them keep in touch with us I think they listened and some even made notes In the networking social that followed I was able to catch up with some writers who have worked with us over a number of years Margaret Murphy was there in her A D Garrett guise Hilary Green told me about the range of books she is now writing I had a lovely discussion about dolls houses with Carol Fenlon I also made a point of trying to meet some new to me writers I sought out Martine Bailey pictured who is someone I m sure we would all love to host a writer and a cookery expert who is giving some talks in Cheshire West imminently She introduced me to Alison Leyland a new name to me http www alayland uk about html who was particularly interesting on books with a Croatian link I also spoke to a few whose name badges had fallen off or who I didn t register efficiently so apologies to them for not naming them individually here Some other library staff were there too and I saw them busily talking to writers and making links so hope it was useful to them One topic of discussion which I was party to was asking why some of the better known writers from the North were missing the event Some of the less well established writers present felt that they would love to benefit from the experience of writers who have been successful Anna Ganley of the Society of Authors said she would be asking some of them what might tempt them to attend in future Overall it seemed a successful gathering The venue was very atmospheric Everyone I spoke to was warm and friendly and seemed to be enjoying themselves I hope they left inspired not only to keep writing but also to find out some more about the library services in our region Amanda Brooke s NW tour Posted Friday

    Original URL path: http://www.time-to-read.co.uk/news-blogs/default.aspx?c=1655&page=2 (2016-02-15)
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  • Blog posts in Events - Time to Read
    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 Warrington s Reading Hactivists Posted Monday 30 November 2015 by Clancy Mason in Events Latest Libraries News Seven young volunteers from Warringon LiveWire attended the national Reading Hack event in London on 17th November There were 150 Reading Agency stakeholders and funders present and our volunteers from Warrington presented their reading hack ideas aiming to help change the way young people read Their ideas included a book character hack creating an emoji for different stories and creating a soundtrack to your favourite book The young people were one of only four groups nationwide chosen to attend the launch event in London Record crowds for Rochdale s third annual Literature and Ideas Festival Posted Friday 20 November 2015 by Clancy Mason in Events Record crowds turned out this weekend to watch top names including Dom Joly Helen Lederer and David Starkey take part in Rochdale s third annual Literature and Ideas Festival More than 2 000 tickets were sold the most in Rochdale Literature Festival history with hundreds more attending unticketed events throughout the weekend and earlier in October at over 30 venues across the borough The festival proved a big hit with sold out performances on each day of the event which took place from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 October 2015 Huge coup for the borough Councillor Janet Emsley Cabinet Member for Culture Health and Wellbeing at Rochdale Borough Council said I attended many inspiring events throughout the weekend and am incredibly proud to say that this fantastic cultural event gets better and better each year To attract such big names is a great coup for our borough and something we re really proud of We ve had some incredible feedback from people who attended with visitors using words like inspirational mind expanding emotional and hilarious to describe the many events I d like to thank all the festival staff volunteers and local arts groups who put together this stand out celebration of culture arts and ideas The festival kicked off on Friday with a hilarious session with actress and comedienne Helen Lederer

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