Stuck for something to do tomorrow? Well, why not pop along to the Queen's Hall in Hexham for around 12pm. As part of the Hexham Book Festival, three Tonto writers will be showcasing their work in an hour-long event.
Pete Tanton will be reading from Johnny Lonely, Roz Wyllie will be reading from Everything You Ever Wanted and Stephen Shieber will be reading from Being Normal.
As if it couldn't get much better, I'll be asking them questions about their work and even answering a few from Anna Disley, Deputy Director at New Writing North. And that's not even the best part... the event is free. Free, I tells ya!
In QHA foyer, yet another Tonto writer, Roger Stutter, will be playing shopkeeper at our book stand and selling all Tonto books at Hextastic discounts.
Tickets can be booked from QHA directly, or you can turn up on the day. Hope to see you there.
I'm off to see Stuart Maconie there tonight as part of their brilliant line up.
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