Meet Phaedra Patrick - the 2019 Great North West Read author plus more events

Posted 24 Oct 2019 by Sue Lawson in Latest Libraries News

Great North West Read events with author Phaedra Patrick

Phaedra holding her novel

Join Phaedra at the following libraries during November where she will read from her book, sign copies, answer questions and share stories about her journey to becoming a best-selling author. Readers are also encouraged to get involved on social media using the hashtag #GNWR.

Wednesday 6 November

11am Warrington Library
Call 01925 442889 for more details

2pm Newton Le Willows Library - Afternoon tea with Phaedra
Get your tickets from Eventbrite or call in at the library .

Call 01744 677885 for more details

Monday 11 November

11.15am Lancaster Library
Get your tickets from Eventbrite

2.30pm Moor Park Library, Bispham
Call 01253 478120 for more details

Thursday 14 November

2pm Northwich Library
Call 01606 275646 for more details

Wednesday 20 November

2pm Ashton Library
Call 0161 342 2029 for more details

7pm Altrincham Library
Call 0161 912 5920 for more details

Thursday 21 November

1pm Wigan Library, Wigan Life Centre
Call 01942 827621 for more details

More Great North West themed happenings

Saturday 2 November
3 - 4:30pm Oldham Library

Oldham Born ā€˜nā€™ Read Cream Tea - don't miss this extra special Cream Tea hosted by a panel of bestselling Oldham authors; Kirsty Greenwood, Phaedra Patrick and Jacqueline Ward.

The special Cream Tea with Three is part of a fantastic day long event - Oldham Born 'n' Read - to celebrate the start of NanoWriMo. Head over to the Eventbrite page to get your ticket and find out more about the packed day long programme of events for writers and aspiring writers. Everything starts at 11am. National Novel Writing Month, is an annual, Internet-based creative writing project that takes place during the month of November.

North West Libraries

Librarians in the North West have pioneered partnership working to encourage new readers into libraries. Time To Read is a partnership of librarians engaged in reader development activity in public library authorities in the North West Region. 22 public library authorities in the region currently support Time To Read.

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