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Book events at Diss Publishing Bookshop & Café
Here at Diss Publishing we host a variety of book events including signings, talks and children’s activities covering a wide selection of interests.  We look forward to welcoming you to one of our forthcoming events.

Book signings

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Bridget Walsh

Lisa Wakely: Hexed
Saturday 20th April
11:00 – 1:00
 
What if you accidentally awakened a centuries-old, deadly curse and you had one day to break it?
16-year-old Harriet wakes to find she and her friends have developed supernatural powers overnight... but it soon becomes clear their lives are in danger. An unputdownable YA novel, inspired by the author’s love of performing onstage and at historical attractions.
 

Reading and Conversation: Historical Crime Fiction with Bridget Walsh
Thursday 16th May
7:00pm
Booking Essential
 
‘Deliciously dark’ and ‘a must for fans of historical crime!’ Bridget Walsh joins us to give a talk and chat with you about her work in historical crime fiction. The Tumbling Girls and its sequel, The Innocents, take us back to the music halls of Victorian London – and Victorian crime fiction at its gritty best. For fans of Sarah Waters, Elizabeth Macneal, and Laura Purcell.
 

Previous events

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THROUGH TIME
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John West: Britain’s Haunted Land
Saturday 24th February
11:00 – 1:00
 
Is Britain the most haunted country in the world? John West sets out to demonstrate that it is, in these fascinating collections of his favourite haunted tales.

 

Reading and Conversation: An Evening of Romance and Historical Fiction
With Natalie Meg Evans, Kate Hardy, Rachel Hore, Jenni Keer, Clare Marchant
Thursday 29th February
7:00
Booking Essential
 
We are in for a treat this Leap Year as some of our favourite romantic and historical fiction authors join us for an evening of reading, chatting, and answering your questions about their specialty subject. We are so looking forward to welcoming these ladies back!
Booking is advised. Tickets are available here in the shop at £15/person or £20 for a pair. Each ticket type includes refreshments and 1 book of your choice. 

 

Marcel K. Andrews: The Silvergate Restoration
Saturday 16th March
11:00 – 1:00
 
A gang of builders restore a group of 18th-century Norfolk cottages after their damage in a fire. We follow the lives of the builders, the challenges they face at home and work. Funny, at times romantic, as well as bit of the darkness of human nature.



 

Alexandra Carey: The Light that Bends Round Corners
Saturday 23rd March
11:00 – 1:00
 
The Light that Bends Round Corners is a story of two women, one who finds herself living far from where she ever imagined, and one who has spent her whole life fighting for a better life away from her abusive husband. The story was inspired by Alexandra Carey’s own experience living in Malaysia for seven years. Unusual, suspenseful, tone perfect, painful, and funny.



 

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